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16 September 2018, 08:15 | Darnell Patrick
Putin watches war games billed as Russia's biggest ever; China taking part
Russian Federation has said the drills are purely defensive in nature but North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has condemned them as a rehearsal for "large-scale conflict".
The exercises in the far east continue until September 17.
Putin justified the exercises as "necessary" to defend "motherland" Russia's sovereignty, security, national interests and to support allies such as Syria.
"Therefore we are going to further strengthen our armed forces, supply them with the latest generations of weapons and equipment, develop worldwide military partnership", Putin said.
Putin praised the "mastery" of the Russian army and its "capacity to face down potential threats" after watching the drills at the Tsugol military training ground near the borders with Mongolia and China.
Russian military figures said the exercise showed it had a renewed focus on combat readiness, which has sparked concern in western capitals.
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