- They were transported by train from Manzhouli in Inner Mongolia to Zabaikalsk in Russia’s Far East, according to state television
- Events will be held across 12 countries including China and Venezuela amid heightened tensions between Moscow and the West
A train carrying personnel, military tanks and vehicles recently left Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia in China’s north, headed to Zabaikalsk in Russia’s Far East, the military channel of state broadcaster CCTV reported on Monday, without giving further details.
The Chinese team is expected to compete against counterparts from 37 countries and regions at the event – Russia’s largest multinational military exercise. It will take place between August 13 and 27 across 12 countries, including Russia, Iran, India, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Armenia.
China sends troops and tanks to Russia ahead of next month’s military games | South China Morning PostChina sends troops and tanks to Russia ahead of next month’s military games | South China Morning Post