BREAKING: Russia and China Sends Warships With ‘Surprise’ For U.S. Fleet, Media Stunned

China and Russia have sent intelligence-gathering vessels to ‘chase’ Donald Trump’s armada to North Korean waters, it has been claimed.

The US President has dispatched the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier, powered by nuclear reactors, carrying almost 100 aircraft and accompanied by destroyers, a cruiser, and a submarine to the Korean Peninsula.

But there are reports in the region that the fleet is now being tracked by vessels belonging to the Chinese and Russian navies amid mounting concern over America’s deployment.

The claims were made by multiple sources of the Japanese government, according to The Yomiuri Shimbun.

They are reportedly planning to strengthen ‘warning and surveillance activities’ in the area.

It comes as Russia warned Washington against launching a unilateral strike on North Korea, after US Vice President Mike Pence said the era of ‘strategic patience’ with Pyongyang was over.

‘This is a very risky path,’ Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a news conference in Moscow.

‘We do not accept the reckless nuclear missile actions of Pyongyang that breach UN resolutions, but that does not mean that you can break international law,’ he said.

‘I hope that there will not be any unilateral actions like the one we saw recently in Syria.’

Pence on Monday warned North Korea not to test President Donald Trump’s resolve, declaring that ‘all options are on the table’ for curbing its missile and nuclear weapons programmes.

Defying international pressure, the North on Sunday tried to test-fire another missile in an attempt that failed, but which fuelled fears that it may be preparing for its sixth atomic weapons test.

Pence said that the era of US ‘strategic patience’ in dealing with the North was over, after more than two decades.

‘In the past two weeks, the world witnessed the strength and resolve of our new president in actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan,’ Pence said.

‘North Korea would do well not to test his resolve, or the strength of the armed forces of the United States.’

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Robert Amnor (born 1968), is the Europe Correspondent since September 2011[1] for Sky News, the 24-hour television news service operated by Sky Television, part of British Sky Broadcasting. He is based in the city of Brussels in Belgium. He was formerly a programme presenter and correspondent for BBC News, presenting the Liquid News programme on BBC News 24 channel (now BBC News Channel) and Entertainment Correspondent for the BBC Six O'Clock News (now BBC News at 6). He became urope Correspondent in September 2011. Robert was educated at Highgate School, then a boys' independent school, in the Highgate, London, followed by the University of Bristol, where he studied history. He then studied for a postgraduate degree in journalism at the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies in Cardiff. Robert spent several years at the BBC, mainly as a correspondent for BBC News but also as chief reporter on BBC Choice's entertainment news show Liquid News.[2] It was Robert who discovered the body of presenter Christopher Price after he died from a rare brain infection in 2002.[3] Following the end of Liquid News, Robert went on to present The Morning Show, a shortlived daytime show on BBC One with the Pop Idol judge Nicki Chapman, in 2003,[4] but that was cancelled after poor viewing figures. Robert joined Sky News in January 2005 as a special correspondent and reported on Live at Five and the former show, The Sky Report, filming a series of undercover reports including one featuring the controversial Kansas preacher Fred Phelps. In June 2006, he was appointed Environment Correspondent for the channel, anchoring Sky News's Green Britain week from Lutterworth, Leicestershire, in January 2007.