The Russian navy will take part in an anti-piracy exercise with several NATO nations for the first time in a decade, Russia’s Southern Military District announced on Thursday.

The Aman-2021 drills, which will take place in February of next year, will involve anti-piracy exercises off the coast of Pakistan. The upcoming exercise is set to include 30 countries, with 10 engaging their fleets and the rest sending observers.

The NATO members that will be taking part in the exercise include the United States, the U.K., and Turkey. Other nations taking part will also include the Philippines, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Pakistan, China, and Japan according to Russian news media.

The last time the Russian navy participated in exercises with multiple NATO members was in the 2011 Bold Monarch drills off the coast of Spain. Since then, the only NATO nation that has conducted exercises with Russia has been Turkey.

The Russians have been courting Turkey. The two countries have forged closer ties in some aspects while being at odds in places such as Syria, and Nagorno-Karabakh. 

A statement by NATO said that the alliance “has no exercise planned with Russia,” even if individual NATO countries are involved in the upcoming Aman-2021 exercise.

“Our practical cooperation remains suspended as a consequence of Russia’s illegal and illegitimate annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014,” an official said. 

NATO and Russia have been frequently at odds since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea. Their relationship has been further marred over accusations of interference in U.S. elections, the poisoning of former Russian intelligence agents in the U.K., increased incursions into the U.K.’s air and sea space and the American air and sea space in Alaska, and increasingly belligerent behavior against Ukraine.