China wants to buy Russian CD Club to arm the submarines

China plans to buy Russian CD "Club" to arm the submarines

South American research center Heritage Foundation published an article that China is interested in acquiring Russian cruise missile "Club" to equip the submarine Type 93, Type 041 diesel-electric submarines and Kilo (the last placed Russia).

The article also says that our homeland is promoting the global arms market container complex with such missiles under the symbol "Club-K". The standard cargo container are four missiles with a retractable device complex serve two operators that produce satellites and the guidance of the Kyrgyz Republic on the target. In NATO rocket "Club" received the designation SS-N-27 Sizzler.

Container complex received in the media unofficial title of "Pandora's Box". "Club-K" can be located on the civilian container ships. The article states that "Club-K" is able to maintain interaction with a satellite system GPS and GLONASS, in addition, in the future it may be compatible with China's "Beidou-2" (in Trans. Compass. — Ed.) And European "Galileo".

According to Jane's Defense Weekly, KR "Club" is developed on the basis of ground-based KR PK-55 and X-55 aircraft, which can carry a nuclear warhead 200 kt. In addition, rocket may be armed with an electric warhead.

Wet missiles "Club-K" civilian ship can storm the commercial vessels in narrow waters of the Strait of Hormuz or Malacca, and be a precursor of sudden military conflict.

The article notes that China is using such missiles stationed in civilian container ships, may cause unexpected impacts on the bases of the U.S. Navy. "Club-K" can be purchased and India to use against China and Pakistan. Other countries, such as Iran, can also acquire these complexes after the lifting of sanctions by the UN. South American researchers have noted that the system implements "Club-K" can shake the basis of international trade. These missiles can be placed not only on container ships, and on the train convoys and trucks, and strike without warning. The creators of the report wrote that the U.S. and its allies, their military and intelligence agencies should direct attention to this "Pandora's box" to advance open threat.

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