Naval drills are held in the East China Sea by Russia and China.

Navy

28 December 2022

After the Soviet Union's fall in 1991, Russia, which had previously dominated the global Communist hierarchy, is now a junior partner to a resurgent China, which already has a significant technological edge in the twenty-first century. President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping are scheduled to interact before the end of the year.
Sources claim that from December 21 to December 27, "Maritime Interaction-2022," naval exercises between China and Russia were performed in the East China Sea between the coasts of Zhoushan and Taizhou in China's Zhejiang Province.
Within the framework of the bilateral naval exercise, detachments of battleships from the Russian Pacific Fleet and the People's Liberation Army of China's Naval Forces performed practical tasks, such as simulating the use of depth charges to capture an enemy submarine and artillery to engage a warship. Both navies hunted for a suspected enemy submarine and launched a volley of jet depth charges with the help of anti-submarine planes. A published video showing that Russian sailors speaking in Mandarin to their Chinese counterparts and Russian ships firing missiles.