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Russia Launches Massive Military Exercises With China and Other Nations

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Russia Launches Massive Military Exercises With China and Other Nations

Russia Launches Massive Military Exercises With China and Other Nations

Russia Launches , Massive Military Exercises With , China and Other Nations.

Al Jazeera reports that Russia has launched weeklong joint military drills with China and other nations allied with Moscow.

The military exercises illustrate growing defense cooperation amid heightened tensions with the United States.

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The military exercises illustrate growing defense cooperation amid heightened tensions with the United States.

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The exercises are meant to demonstrate that Russia maintains sufficient military might to hold enormous joint drills while its forces continue the invasion of Ukraine.

According to the Russian defense ministry, the drills will take place at seven firing ranges in Russia's Far East and the Sea of Japan until September 7.

The exercises will involve over 50,000 troops and 5,000 weapons units, including 140 warplanes and 60 warships.

The drills will involve soldiers from several former Soviet nations, including China, India, Laos, Mongolia, Nicaragua and Syria.

According to the defense ministry, Russian and Chinese Navies will , “practice joint action to protect sea communications, areas of marine economic activity, and support for ground troops in littoral areas.”.

Al Jazeera reports that Russia and China have developed a "strategic partnership" against the United States.

The joint maneuvers with Moscow, including the naval drills, are intended to signal that if the pressure on Beijing continues it will have no other choice but to strengthen the military partnership with Russia, Alexander Gabuyev, political analyst, via Al Jazeera.

The joint maneuvers with Moscow, including the naval drills, are intended to signal that if the pressure on Beijing continues it will have no other choice but to strengthen the military partnership with Russia, Alexander Gabuyev, political analyst, via Al Jazeera.

It will have a direct impact on the interests of the U.S. and its allies, including Japan, Alexander Gabuyev, political analyst, via Al Jazeera


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