Russia has drawn numerous units from the Far East to bolster its war effort in Ukraine, thousands of miles to the west, where its forces have suffered heavy losses in men and equipment during the war. six months from the February 24 invasion while occupying about 1/5. Konrad Muzyka, director of Poland-based military consultancy Rochan, said he estimates that 70-80% of units from Russia’s eastern military district have been deployed to Ukraine, leaving Moscow “not could free 50,000 people.” male for exercises. He said a more reasonable number would be 10,000 to 15,000. “It’s just Russia pretending that everything is fine and they still have the ability to launch a large-scale exercise with China. But in reality, I think the scope of this exercise, especially from The Eastern Military District covers parts of Siberia and has its headquarters in Khabarovsk, near the Chinese border 1 to 7 and will also involve military forces and observers from Algeria, India, and Laos. , Mongolia, Nicaragua, Syria and former Soviet republics such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.