The Chinese and Russian navies will begin joint military exercises on the 21st in the East China Sea off the coast of Zhejiang Province in eastern China, and it is believed that they are also aiming to check the conflicting United States.

State-run China Central Television reported that the Chinese and Russian navies began joint military exercises from the 21st to the 27th of this month.

The exercise aims to improve the ability to jointly respond to maritime security threats, with the participation of missile destroyers and submarines from China and missile cruisers and frigates from Russia.

A Chinese Navy spokesman said joint military exercises at sea with Russia have been taking place since 2012, and that the exercises so far have strengthened the traditional friendly ties between the two militaries and improved their joint operational capabilities. I am emphasizing.

China and Russia have deepened their cooperation in the military field, such as conducting joint patrols over the Sea of ​​Japan and the East China Sea last month, and it seems that China also aims to check the conflicting United States.