Chinese naval fleet sails for joint military drill with Russia

China Plus Published: 2017-06-18 19:56:38
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China's naval fleet has set sail for Russia to take part in the first phase of a joint maritime drill, to be held in the waters of the Baltic Sea in late July. It set sail from Sanya in south China's island province of Hainan on Sunday, June 18, and includes the guided missile destroyer Changsha, the missile destroyer Yuncheng, as well as the comprehensive supply ship Luomahu.

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