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China and Russia Are Inking De Facto Military Alliance

China and Russia Are Inking De Facto Military Alliance

From: National Interest

Though the two countries already cooperate militarily, a recent document defines their relationship more concretely. 

Russia and China’s defense ministers inked a roadmap for closer future ties, moving closer to a de facto military alliance. During a video conference call, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Wei Fenghe, the Chinese Defense Minister, signed the cooperation document “simultaneously” according to TASS, the Russian state-owned news agency. 

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