China to send troops to Russia for joint exercises in late August


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Este mês, China realizou exercícios militares na região de Taiwan em resposta à visita de congressistas americanos à ilha

This month, China carried out military exercises in the Taiwan region in response to the visit of US congressmen to the island| Photo: EFE/EPA/RITCHIE B. TONGO

The Chinese Ministry of Defense announced this Wednesday (12) that will send troops to Russia to participate in joint military exercises with other countries, including India and Belarus, from 20 from August to September 5th.

China’s participation in the maneuvers, called Vostok

, “is not related to the current international and regional situation,” the ministry said in a statement, refuting an alleged call. with the war in Ukraine or other conflicts.

According to the Chinese Ministry, the exercises aim to deepen pragmatic cooperation between countries, improve the level of strategic collaboration between the parties, and strengthen the ability to respond to various security threats. here.

The exercises, which will take place in 08 military polygons, will involve, according to Russia, soldiers from the Army of People’s Liberation (PLA, the Chinese Army) and from India, Belarus, Tajikistan, Mongolia and other countries, as well as Russian ground and air troops.

The announcement was made two days after the Chinese Army once again carried out military maneuvers around Taiwan, still in the context of the visits of the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and other American congressmen to the island, considered a rebel province by China.

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