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Chinese, Russian Warships Arrive in Cape Town for Inaugural Joint Exercises with South Africa

The guided missile frigate Weifang docked at the Port of Cape Town ahead of joint nval exercises with Russia and South Africa. Photo via Chinese Ambassador Lin Songtian.

Chinese, Russian and South African warships assembled in Cape Town on Monday for the start of Exercise Mosi, the first-ever joint naval exercises among these three countries. Yesterday and today the ships will be docked for public relations events and then on Thursday, they will head out to sea for the two-day exercise. 

Media Coverage of the Opening Day of Exercise Mosi:

SOUTH AFRICA: Cable TV news channel eNCA reports from the Cape Town harbor on the opening festivities for Exercise Mosi. [WATCH ON YOUTUBE]

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