Japan has accused China and Russia of flying warplanes near its airspace Tuesday while Japan was hosting other leaders from the Quad, which includes the United States, Australia and India. China said the flights were part of an annual military cooperation drill with Russia. China has accused the Quad of becoming an “Indo-Pacific version of NATO.” During its summit, the leaders of the Quad agreed to launch a new maritime surveillance system in the region.
Japan Accuses China and Russia of Flying Warplanes Near Its Airspace
HeadlineMay 25, 2022