American bombers staged drills near South China sea

Chinese media has described these maneuvers as a signal to Beijing of its military exercises near Taiwan

The B-52 bombers military-air forces of the United States held exercises near the South China sea and the Japanese island of Okinawa, said Friday the air force.

Chinese media has described these maneuvers as a signal to Beijing of its military exercises near Taiwan.

As reported by the air force U.S. bombers on Tuesday flew from the air base Andersen on the island of GUAM in the Pacific ocean, and then flew in close proximity to the South China sea.

“The B-52 bombers conducted exercises and moved in the direction of the island of Okinawa to conduct exercises with the F-15C U.S. air force, then returned to the island of GUAM, according to the statement. – Regular exercises bombers aimed at maintaining the readiness of U.S. forces.”

About the American scientists this week announced the Taiwan media suggested that they can be seen as warning the US against China in connection with the increased military presence of China around Taiwan.

The popular Chinese state-owned tabloid Global Times on Friday said that if American bombers were sent to the region as a signal to China, it won’t work.

“The US cannot interfere with continental China to exert military pressure on Taiwan,” the article says.