Russia's Pacific Naval Drills Displays Military Capabilities and Ties With China

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Russia's Pacific Naval Drills, Displays Military Capabilities , and Ties With China.
'Newsweek' reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin
said the development of Russia's naval
capabilities remain a priority for Moscow.
'Newsweek' reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin
said the development of Russia's naval
capabilities remain a priority for Moscow.
The news comes following military drills
conducted by Russia's Pacific Fleet.
According to Russian defense minister Sergei Shoigu, the exercises began on April 14 and involved 25,000 personnel, 89 aircraft, 167 warships and 12 submarines.
According to Russian defense minister Sergei Shoigu, the exercises began on April 14 and involved 25,000 personnel, 89 aircraft, 167 warships and 12 submarines.
Shoigu reportedly stated that
the exercises were meant to test the , "combat stability of strategic missile submarines
and their readiness for the use of weapons.".
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov stressed that
the drills and Putin's subsequent comments come
amid a "turbulent" environment "in many areas.".
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov stressed that
the drills and Putin's subsequent comments come
amid a "turbulent" environment "in many areas.".
It is fraught with conflict
situations and regional conflicts.
We all know the geography
of these regional conflicts well, Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin Spokesperson, via TASS.
'Newsweek' reports that former British military
intelligence officer Philip Ingram suggested several
implications of the large-scale Naval drills. .
'Newsweek' reports that former British military
intelligence officer Philip Ingram suggested several
implications of the large-scale Naval drills. .
According to Ingram, the drills are meant to , "show Russia continues its normal military activities even
though it is fighting its special military operation in Ukraine.".
According to Ingram, the drills are meant to , "show Russia continues its normal military activities even
though it is fighting its special military operation in Ukraine.".
Ingram suggests that the drills also display
Russia's presence in the Pacific, while also
consolidating Moscow's ties with China. .
Ingram suggests that the drills also display
Russia's presence in the Pacific, while also
consolidating Moscow's ties with China. .
'Newsweek' points out that Russia and Japan remain locked
in a dispute over t he territorial rights to the Kuril Islands,
located off of Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island