China says joint air patrols not targeted at certain countries: Foreign ministry

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Chinese joint patrols with Russia are not targeted at certain countries, and conform with international law and norms, the Chinese foreign ministry said at a regular press briefing on Thursday.

China and Russia conducted a joint air patrol on Tuesday over the Sea of Japan and East China Sea for a sixth time since 2019, prompting neighboring South Korea and Japan to scramble fighter jets.

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