Williamson will also highlight US-UK military relations while echoing Trump's call for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries to increase their spending, citing a need to better handle what Williamson calls Russian provocations.
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"NATO, 70 years on from its founding remains the bedrock of our nation's defence".
He told those gathered for his speech that "state-on-state competition was reviving".
"Such action from Russian Federation must come at a cost", Williamson will say in the speech, extracts of which were seen by Reuters.
"Russia is resurgent - rebuilding its military arsenal to bring the independent countries of the former Soviet Union like Georgia and Ukraine back into its orbit".More news: Nintendo Direct To Air Tomorrow
China is in the process of developing its own aircraft carrier capability, with now only one considered combat-ready.
Mr Williamson called on European countries to follow the UK's lead by investing more in their defence to deter the Kremlin and Beijing. "Ready to strengthen our resilience", he said.
The carrier will take part in the mission along with F-35 jets from the United Kingdom and US.
He will claim that the cost of non-interventions has often been "unacceptably high" and argue that Western powers can not ignore those in need as "to talk but fail to act risks our nation being seen as little more than a paper tiger". Significantly, British and American F35s will be embedded in the carrier's air wing.More news: Apple AirPods 2 reportedly not coming until end of 2019