MOSCOW (Agencies): Top naval commanders from Russia and China have signed a pact that will enhance cooperation during search-and-rescue missions at sea. The pact was signed in the Chinese port city of Qingdao.

Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Alexander Moiseyev, and Commander of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy, Hu Zhongming, signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation during rescue at sea. The commanders emphasized the need to advance cooperation between the fleets of the two countries to uphold security and stability in the global ocean.

Admiral Moiseyev arrived in Qingdao to participate in the 19th Western Pacific Naval Symposium, a biennial meeting of top naval officials from China and abroad. The pact marks a significant step in Russia-China naval cooperation and could have implications for maritime security and stability in the region.

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