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China, Iran, Russia to conduct joint maritime drills

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Chinese, Iranian and Russian navies will conduct joint maritime drills from March 11-15 near the Gulf of Oman.

The drills are aimed at "jointly maintaining regional maritime security," © Mena Today 

Chinese, Iranian and Russian navies will conduct joint maritime drills from March 11-15 near the Gulf of Oman, China's defense ministry said on Monday. 

The drills are aimed at "jointly maintaining regional maritime security," the ministry said in a statement. China will send two guided missile warships and a supply ship to participate in the exercise, it said. 

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