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pakistan China fighter jet India: China builds modern fighter with Pakistan, India will increase tension – China and Pakistan are working on next generation fighter jet amid tensions with India

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Two of India’s most hostile countries, China and Pakistan, are working together to build another fighter plane. This fighter plane from Pakistan and China will be fifth generation and will be equipped with modern weapons. The two countries are already making fourth-generation fighter jets called JF-17s. Not only that, China also manufactures many warships and killer submarines for its Iron Brother Pakistan.

According to the Zen Information Group report, China and Pakistan have started manufacturing the new version of the JF-17, the JF-17B “Thunder”. The aircraft will be inducted into the Pakistani Air Force by April 2021. Pakistani Ambassador to China Moin-ul-Haq said the aircraft was a symbol of friendship and partnership between Pakistan and China. He said: “The two countries are now working on the manufacture of the next generation fighter aircraft.”

The Pakistani Ambassador, who occupied the POK, said that we are following the policy of sovereignty, no aggression and not to interfere in each other’s internal affairs. We believe in the peaceful settlement of disputes. Explain that for the war with India, the Pakistani Navy is preparing to increase its strategic and combat power. The Pakistani naval chief of staff recently said that with his ambitious modernization plan, we would include more than 50 warships. It will have more than 20 large warships.

Pakistan is currently relying on arms for its eternal friend China and Turkey, who are trying to become the Khalifa of Islamic countries. Pakistan Navy Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmoud Abbasi said that in the next few years we will include four Chinese frigates and several medium-range ships built in Turkey between 2023 and 2025. He said the Hangar submarine project China’s ongoing cooperation is going according to plan. Four submarines are being built for Pakistan and China as part of this project.

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