China & Russia Navies Transit Tsugaru Strait – Japan Territorial Waters! CONFIRMED! Intel sources tell me that TEN (10) vessels violated Japan’s ter…

Reports are coming in from ships at sea claiming vessels from both the Chinese and Russian Navies transited the Tsugaru Strait which is Japan Territorial Waters!

At least one ship reported his vessel didn’t know the two naval powers were conducting exercises in the Pacific Ocean, just east of the strait, and came right into those exercises as his ship came out of the same strait!

The Tsugaru Strait is a strait between Honshu and Hokkaido in northern Japan connecting the Sea of Japan with the Pacific Ocean.  Here’s a map:

The strait is a very narrow waterway, less than twenty miles wide, which falls completely and totally within the 12 miles limit off both the main island of Japan and its northern island. 

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Why the Chinese and Russian navies would traverse that body of water is unknown, but from initial report:

Unexpected naval movements in the Far East. Looks like a joint Chinese / Russian formation entered the Pacific via the Tsugaru Strait earlier today. The formation includes the Marshal Krylov.

The vessel making the report took photos of some the Russian and Chinese vessels he came upon:

The reporting vessel also showed a photo of his ship radar screen, showing the straight line formation of the two navies:

Contacting my former colleagues in the Intelligence Community now via secure comms.  More details shortly . . . check back.

UPDATE 4:19 PM EDT —

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CONFIRMED!   Intel sources tell me that TEN (10) vessels violated Japan’s territorial waters:

Pics of China vessels: Chinese Navy Ship Renhai Class Missile Destroyer (101), Chinese Navy Ship Luyan III Class Missile Destroyer (172), Chinese Navy Ship Jankai Class II Frigate (515), Chinese Navy Ship Jankai Class II Frigate (573), and Chinese Navy Ship Border Class Supply Ship (902)

Pics of Russia vessels: Russian Navy Ship Udaloy Class I Destroyer (548), Russian Navy Ship Udaloy Class I Destroyer (564), Russian Navy ship Marshal Nedelin-class missile observation support ship (331), Russian naval ship Stelegusty class frigate (335), Russian Navy ship Stergsity-class frigate (339)

Official statement from the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force is pending.

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