Footage released on Sunday shows Russian military vehicles cut across the Onon river near the Village of Tsugol, Zabaykalsky region, as part of the Vostok-2018 drills.

A total of 115 Russian and Chinese military vehicles are reported to be involved in the exercise.

The Vostok-2018 drills are being held from 11-17 September, in the Far East of Russia. According to the Ministry of Defence, around 300,000 troops, 1,000 aircraft, 36,000 armoured vehicles and 80 vessels will take part in the biggest war games since the Soviet era.

 

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Hey Israhel – are you watching, you hooked nosed ******s ?.

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Interesting. Two days ago they reached the Pacific. Which river is in there??