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Three Russian warships escorted by Royal Navy ships through the English Channel amid fears of World War 3

NGA warships have been escorted by the Royal Navy through the English Channel amid growing fears of World War Three.

The three ships were closely followed by HMS Tyne and HMS Dragon as the west united against the threat.

Three Russian warships were escorted by British Royal Navy ships

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Three Russian warships were escorted by British Royal Navy ships
A satellite photo believed to show a military storage facility and barracks in Klimovo, Russia, near Ukraine's northern border with Belarus

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A satellite photo believed to show a military storage facility and barracks in Klimovo, Russia, near Ukraine’s northern border with Belarus

The Royal Navy ships HMS Tyne and HMS Dragon escorted three Russian warships through the North Sea and the English Channel as part of a united response with the allies.

“They have taken over from the Dutch Navy and will be moving over to Marine Nationale for continued escort.”

According to the announcement of the Ministry of Defense of Moscow that Vladimir Putin plans to hold naval exercises in the Atlantic, Arctic, Mediterranean and Pacific Oceans this month.

In the coming weeks, the war games with Putin’s ally Belarus will include displays of more than 140 warships and support ships.

The exercise will also feature 60 aircraft, 1,000 military equipment and about 10,000 service members, the Defense Ministry said.

WAR GAMES

It comes amid growing fears of World War 3 following reports that Moscow has assembled 100,000 troops with tanks and missile batteries to threaten to invade Ukraine.

New evidence appeared yesterday showing troops are concentrated within considerable distances from Kiev.

Forces are in Belarus, less than 20 miles from the Ukrainian border, following a recent transfer of troops and equipment from Russia’s far east.

The soldiers’ families assumed they would be engaged in a protracted war after being told they could be away from home for nine months.

New video shows paratrooper invasion drills ahead of hastily arranged “joint exercises” with Putin’s Belarus ally.

According to an analysis by DFRLab, trains carrying missile launchers, armored vehicles and communication trucks were discovered near the Belarusian towns of Gomel and Rechitsa.

ASKING WW3

Another study by Freedom Radio and the Conflict Intelligence Team reported that military police – essential during an invasion – were among the forces deployed near Ukraine.

Russia said the drills were a response to military build-up in Poland and Lithuania, which border Ukraine.

Boris Johnson has warned it would be a “catastrophe for the world” if Russia invaded Ukraine and added that “any form of intrusion, on any scale” would be catastrophic.

He was speaking as NATO allies tried to deter Putin from an attack the Pentagon said was “imminent”.

Three amphibious assault ships now sailed through the English Channel to reinforce the Black Sea fleet.

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Worryingly, the Independent Conflict Intelligence Team reports Russian military hardware has been discovered in Belarus, 24 km away. Ukraine.

Earlier this month, a British Royal Navy warship sinks Russian submarine.

This was the first collision between Russian and Imperial Navy ships since the end of the Cold War.

A convoy of Russian armored vehicles moving through Crimea down the highway

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A convoy of Russian armored vehicles moving through Crimea down the highway
Russian soldiers told to ‘prepare for war’ and mass within Kiev’s strike range as fears of Ukraine invasion grow

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