China Says Joint Air Patrols with Russia Not Targeted at Certain Countries
China’s foreign ministry has stated that joint air patrols with Russia are not targeted at certain countries and conform to international law and norms. This statement comes after Taiwan activated its defense systems on Thursday after reporting 37 Chinese military aircraft flying into the island’s air defense zone, some of which then flew into the western Pacific.
This latest mass air incursion by Beijing has caused concern among the international community. However, China maintains that its joint air patrols with Russia are not targeted at any specific country and are in line with international law and norms.
Patrols Conform with International Law and Norms
The situation is being closely monitored and more information is expected to be released in the coming days.
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