In the clip, be careful! China-Russia joint military exercises for the first time Send Su-30 fighter jets, gather more than ten thousandslotxosoldiers. After the US allies surround China
Agency - China and Russia will hold joint military exercises for the first time in history Starting next week for five days in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, more than 10,000 soldiers participated in the exercise. Russia has sent five Su-30 fighter jets to participate in the exercises. with the goal of peace in Central Asia. It does not specifically target the United States or the West.
The South China Morning Post reported on Monday that China and Russia were preparing for the first joint military exercises in history. under operation Zapad/Interaction 2021 5-day period in China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region It will start from next Monday. amid tensions between the two countries and the United States
Zhou Chenming, a researcher at the Yuan Wang Institute of Military Science and Technology in Beijing, said stability and stability in Central Asia was the primary goal of the exercise. Fight this together as the US and NATO withdraw from Afghanistan after 20 years.
“The joint training will focus mainly on the ground forces. and does not pose a threat to the United States and other Western nations. that may be concerned about the movement of Chinese forces and Russian missile forces,” Zhou said.
and pointed out that “Missile units will not officially participate. This is because both sides want to exchange missile information with each other.”
China's CCTV broadcaster reported that Russia sends five Su-30 fighter jets to Ningxia to train with China. But analysts are not interested. It pointed out that the fighter jets sent by the Russians were not new planes. And I don't think it plays a big role in the 2021 Zapad training/interactions.
"If it's a new fighter jet like the Su-57, that's important to keep an eye on," he said.
Lu Li-Shih, a former trainer at the Taiwan Naval Academy in Kaohsiung, believes the Chinese military will benefit from the exchange of experience with Russia.