Philippines, US to start annual joint military drills on Monday (April 12)


MANILA, April 11 (Xinhua): The Philippines and the United States will start their annual joint military exercise dubbed "Balikatan" on Monday (April 11), the Philippine military chief said on Sunday.

This year's exercise is a "scaled-down version" of the previous drills due to the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic, said Philippine defense and military authorities.

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