Afghan crisis draws China and Russia closer on Central Asian stability as both step up army drills

//Afghan crisis draws China and Russia closer on Central Asian stability as both step up army drills

Afghan crisis draws China and Russia closer on Central Asian stability as both step up army drills

China and Russia are gearing up for anti-terror and peacekeeping drills next month amid rising security concerns over Afghanistan that received a deadly boost from Thursday’s suicide attacks in Kabul, in a spiralling crisis that will push Beijing and Moscow to strengthen bilateral security cooperation, analysts said.People’s Liberation Army soldiers will join Russian troops for two weeks of anti-terror drills from September 11 for a Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) exercise in southwest…

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