Apr 3, 2021
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Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier of the US Navy began to move towards the Persian Gulf through the Red Sea

The American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Dwight Eisenhower entered the Red Sea, passing the Suez Canal, and began to move towards the Persian Gulf.

This was reported by the Egyptian news site Cairo24. Last week, an aircraft carrier strike group led by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Dwight Eisenhower was in the Eastern Mediterranean, according to the US Navy. The carrier-based aircraft of the military vessel carried out a number of sorties in support of Operation Unwavering Determination, which is being conducted against ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation) in the regions of Syria and Iraq.

According to US military publications, the aircraft carrier Dwight Eisenhower began moving towards the Persian Gulf.

Egyptian website Cairo24 highlighted that the missile cruiser Monterey, destroyers Mitscher and Thomas Hudner, which are part of the US Navy strike carrier group, crossed the Suez Canal. In addition, the group also includes a nuclear submarine with cruise missiles Tomahawk, the range of which is 1.6 thousand km.

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