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The expert compared the new Chinese navigation system Beidou GLONASS

The configuration of the satellite constellation, the Chinese Beidou-3 is that the navigation system has to be more effective than American and Russian analogues GLONASS and GPS, however, unequivocally say this is impossible, since the complete information about Chinese handsets, said RIA Novosti head of the space policy Institute Ivan Moiseev.

Earlier, the President of China XI Jinping officially announced the launch of a Chinese global navigation system, Beidou-3. Last, the 55th satellite system Beidou-3 was successfully launched into orbit on 23 June.

China has launched a rival GLONASS

Chinese President XI Jinping officially announced the launch of a Chinese global navigation system, Beidou-3.

The ceremony of launching of the system took place Friday morning in the hall of the people in Beijing.

Why the US is trying to revive the specter of the Communist threat?

Now Mike Pompeo will go down in history not as one of the most incompetent and narrow-minded (to put it mildly) secretaries of state of the United States, and as the man who declared war on China. The ideological war — and, as the first cold war with the Soviet Union, the current is declared, too, under anti-Communist slogans, which, however, combined with blatant nationalism. Preparing for the announcement were held over the last couple of years, and by Pompeo and the other leaders of trump, but the former captain of the us army had the honor to perform with full-scale anti-Chinese appeal.

Pompeo did it on Friday in the library Richard Nixon Yorba Linda in southern California — it "Communist China and the future of the free world" can be divided into three constituent elements. First — the demonization of China, the second — error analysis USA in the Chinese direction and the third proposal for dealing with China.

The expert assessed the impact of the floods in China, the largest hydroelectric power station "San Xia"

Flooding in Central China will have no impact on the world's largest Chinese hydropower plant "three gorges" on the Yangtze river, despite the fact that the water level in the reservoir of the hydropower plant on Friday exceeded the norm, according to a member of the Chinese Academy of engineering Sciences, head of the research Institute of protection and environmental development of the Yangtze river Zhang Csanion.

On Friday it was reported that the water level in the reservoir hydroelectric power station "three gorges" on the Yangtze river exceeded the critical level of 12 meters due to the ongoing heavy rains.

The water level in the reservoir, the Chinese plant has exceeded the norm by 12 meters

The water level in the reservoir is the world's largest Chinese hydropower plant "three gorges" on the Yangtze river exceeded the critical level of 12 meters due to incessant heavy rains, according to Xinhua news Agency, citing local authorities.

Hydroelectric power station "three gorges", the largest hydroelectric complex in the world located on the Yangtze river in Hubei province in Central China. The design capacity of the hydropower plant "three gorges" - 22,4 GW. Construction of power plant completed in October 2008. With places, due to flooding, has been relocated about 1.4 million inhabitants.

The end of the short 'Golden age' of Sino-British relations

Although the main — and dramatically step up — "fighting" against China are conducted from the ocean, this week a painful blow to Beijing was caused from the Old world.

The British government imposed a ban on the involvement of corporations Huawei in building the infrastructure of mobile communication of the fifth generation (5G) in the country. With the new year operators will have to withdraw from the purchase of the company's equipment and has already installed equipment will be dismantled by 2027.

In the Chinese province floods have affected more than 6.4 million residents

More of 6.42 million people were affected by floods due to heavy rains in Jiangxi province in Southeast China, Xinhua news Agency reported, citing the headquarters of the province's flood control and drought.

It is reported that the downpour, which began a little over a week ago, on 6 July, destroyed almost 584 thousand hectares of crops and caused the evacuation of 654 thousand inhabitants of the province.

The expert commented on the decree trump against China

The signing by US President Donald trump law on bringing China to account for its actions in respect of Hong Kong will not affect Beijing's policy, China will go to the end in defending their national interests, the head of the Expert Council of the Russian-Chinese Committee of friendship, peace and development, Yuri Tavrovsky.

Earlier, U.S. President Donald trump said that he had signed the law and the presidential decree on bringing China to account for its actions in respect of Hong Kong. The law "About the autonomy of Hong Kong" was adopted first by the house of representatives, and in early July by the U.S. Senate and sent to the President for signature. The document envisages the introduction of sanctions against foreign individuals and companies implicated in violation of the British-Chinese Declaration of 1984 and the basic law of the PRC, which determines the position of Hong Kong as a special administrative region of China. Trump also signed a decree abolishing economic preferences for Hong Kong.

China will impose sanctions in response to the US law "On the autonomy of Hong Kong"

China condemns the adoption of the US law "On the autonomy of Hong Kong", intends to impose sanctions in respect of the relevant American citizens and organizations, said in a statement on the website of the Chinese foreign Ministry.

It is emphasized that "to protect their own legitimate interests of China will take the necessary remedial actions and impose sanctions against relevant (to the law - ed.) of US citizens and American organizations."

Trump has no plans to talk with XI Jinping

The US President Donald trump said that it did not and does not plan to speak with President XI Jinping amid deteriorating relations between the two countries.

"I haven't talked to him. No, I don't plan to speak with him," he told reporters Wednesday.

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