Russia, Southeast Asia conclude first joint naval exercise | Malay Mail

Russia, Southeast Asia conclude first joint naval exercise | Malay Mail

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4/12/2021 3:36:00 PM

Russia , Southeast Asia conclude first joint naval exercise | Malay Mail

JAKARTA, Dec 4 — Russia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ( ASEAN ) have concluded their first joint naval exercise , Indonesia’s navy said today, as the region faces rising tensions with China. The three-day exercise off the coast of Indonesia’s Sumatra island aimed at increasing...

channel for the latest updates.JAKARTA, Dec 4 — Russia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have concluded their first joint naval exercise, Indonesia’s navy said today, as the region faces rising tensions with China.The three-day exercise off the coast of Indonesia’s Sumatra island aimed at increasing interoperability between the ASEAN member states and the Russian navy in the strategic maritime area. It comes amid rising tensions between major powers in the South China Sea, a resource-rich waterway of geopolitical significance.

“The exercise has a strategic impact because it was designed to cultivate friendships between the Indonesian government, ASEAN countries and Russia,” the navy said.The two-stage drills involved eight warships and four aircraft from Russia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and Brunei.

Aleksei Bolotnikov, commander of the Russian warship Admiral Panteleyev, was quoted as saying he hoped the next ASEAN-Russia exercise could take place in Vladivostok.Russia and the Southeast Asian bloc held their fourth summit online in October, a meeting timed with the anniversary of relations between Russia and the 10-member regional grouping. headtopics.com

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