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U.S. Must Publish Details of Nuclear Submarine Incident Chinese Foreign Ministry Says

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The U.S. must present the international community with the details of the U.S. nuclear submarine USS Connecticut incident, when the submarine collided with an unknown object in the Indo-Pacific Region, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Friday. “China is deeply concerned over this incident. The U.S. and other involved countries must provide information about relevant details, including the exact location of the incident, the goal of this mission, details on the object of collision, and whether there was any radiation leak or other environmental damage,” the diplomat said. “The U.S. delays the publication of information on this incident…

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