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ウクライナ戦争 Exercises highlight cooperation between Beijing and Moscow as the Kremlin tries to offset Western isolation by drawing allies, including Minsk, closer
MOSCOW—Russia said it would hold joint naval drills with China, highlighting the close partnership between the two nations as the Kremlin seeks to bolster support among partners to offset Western isolation for its war in Ukraine.
The Russian Defense Ministry said Monday that a detachment of warships of the Pacific Fleet from Vladivostok has been put to sea to participate in naval exercises with their Chinese counterparts, starting Wednesday and running through Dec. 27.