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China conducts military exercises just hundreds of miles from the US base in Europe

The Chinese military is preparing to conduct exercises near a massive US military base in Europe this month, according to multiple reports.

China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) will conduct joint military training operations in Belarus in mid-July, according to Chinese state media reported Sunday. The region of Belarus where the PLA is conducting drills is located directly on the Polish border and less than 300 miles far from a US military garnish in Poland, a country that hosts nearly 10,000 American soldiers.

The joint exercises will focus on “anti-terrorist operations,” Chinese state media reported. Chinese and Belarusian forces will conduct joint team and “hostage rescue” exercises.

Belarus fell under Western sanctions for its support of Russia in the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, seconds to the Diplomat. China has more hugged as a result, several nations sanctioned, including Belarus; Beijing upgraded relations with Belarus to a “comprehensive partnership for all time” by 2023.

“The training aims to improve the training levels and coordination capabilities of the participating troops, as well as deepen practical cooperation between the armies of the two countries,” Chinese state media reported. State media are not independent and are widely regarded in the West as the propaganda arm of the respective country's government.

The US has several forces stationed at bases and facilities throughout Poland, but the army garrison in Poznan is the first of its kind, seconds in The Associated Press. In addition to US operational objectives in the region, the garrison reinforces NATO capabilities in Poland, which is a NATO country.

“NATO routinely monitors all military maneuvers near its borders. The China/Belarus exercise near Poland illustrates the growing relationship between authoritarian powers,” a NATO official, speaking under condition of anonymity, he said EU policy. “We are watching.”

State reports of Chinese military exercises go alongside the annual NATO summit in Washington, DC this week. NATO leadership has recently warned that the alliance must focus more on the threat posed by China and the country's growing relationship with other Western adversaries, including Russia.

Russia and China have dramatically strengthened theirs relationship since Russia was cut off by the West from invading Ukraine in 2022. China maintains which has not given any military support to Russia, although some Chinese equipment and technology have been found on the battlefield.

“Everyone wants NATO, the United States, to fail,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said he said CBS Sunday, referring to Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin. If Putin wins in Ukraine, it will not only embolden President Putin [but] it also emboldens President Xi, as the Japanese Prime Minister said, what happens in Ukraine today can happen in Asia tomorrow.”

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