“On May 29, the Shenzhou-14 manned spacecraft and the Long March 2F launch vehicle, built by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, were moved to the launch center,” the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) said in a statement.

It is noted that the ground equipment and facilities of the cosmodrome are operating normally.

Later, according to the plan, pre-launch checks of the readiness of the rocket, spacecraft and equipment will be carried out.

In April, the head of China's Manned Space Flight Program Office, Hao Chun, said that the Chinese authorities intend to use their national orbital station on an equal footing with Russia and other countries, regardless of the difficult geopolitical situation in the world.