Friday, January 21, 2022

Iran, China, Russia To Kick Off Joint Naval Drills In Indian Ocean On January 21

Chinese and Russian warships transit simulated mined sea area during the naval exercise Joint Sea-2021 on the morning of October 15, 2021. Photo:Xinhua  

Reuters: Trilateral naval drills between China, Russia and Iran start on Friday 

DUBAI (Reuters) - China, Russia and Iran will hold joint naval drills on Friday, a public relations official from Iran's armed forces told semi-official ISNA news agency on Thursday. 

The "2022 Marine Security Belt" exercise will take place in the north of the Indian Ocean and is the third joint naval drill between the three countries, Mostafa Tajoldin added. 

Since coming to office last June, Iran's hardline President Ebrahim Raisi has pursued a "look east" policy to deepen ties with China and Russia. 

Tehran joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation in September, a central Asian security body led by Beijing and Moscow. 

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Iran, China, Russia To Kick Off Joint Naval Drills In Indian Ocean On January 21  

Iran, Russia, China To Hold Joint Naval Drill Amid Growing Ties -- RFE 

Iran, China, Russia to kick off joint naval drills in Indian Ocean on January 21 — media -- TASS 

China, Russia and Iran to launch joint naval drill on Friday -- Times of Israel 

Iran announces naval drills with Russia, China -- The Hill  

Russia Announces Joint Naval Drills With China and Iran -- National Interest 

China, Russia, Iran to hold joint maritime exercise: report -- CGTN

1 comment:

Fusion said...

here comes the media war drums