China plans to sell its first aircraft carrier, “Liaoning”, to Pakistan to compete with India. It is hoped that this sale will increase the power of the Pakistani Navy, help settle the Indian peer and improve Pakistan’s military relations with China.
According to media reports, China plans to launch and sell a large-scale upgrade of China’s first aircraft carrier, Liaoning, to Pakistan to compete with India.
China Plans to Sell its First Aircraft Carrier, “Liaoning”, to Pakistan
The carrier can be sold to Pakistan in 2020.
The report also indicated that Pakistan would be the best destination for him and said Liaoning, which was in control of the PLAN in September 2012, served the Chinese fleet for about 8 years.
Gwadar and Karachi have already been described by the streets of the Chinese fleet as a “logistical base” and a “PLA base (PLAN)” respectively.
It’s not the only military vehicle China wants to sell to Pakistan. Over the past few months, a large amount of weapons and vehicles have been sold to Pakistani armed forces, including nuclear weapons technology, warships, aircraft and missiles.
In addition, military cooperation between Pakistan and China is becoming increasingly apparent over time.
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