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28 January 2022, 09:20

Another train of equipment leaves Russia's Amur Region for Belarus for military exercises

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MINSK, 28 January (BelTA) – Another trainload of logistics equipment left Russia's Amur Region for Belarus for joint military exercises to test the Union State response forces, TASS informs citing the Russian Ministry of Defense.

“Another train carrying equipment from the logistics units of the Eastern Military District left Amur Region for the Republic of Belarus,” the ministry said.

In Belarus, the Russian military will perform tasks related to delivery to and mounting of engineering equipment at field camps and military vehicle parks. In addition to that, the military involved in testing the Union State response forces are to perform a number of training tasks for their intended purpose at unfamiliar training grounds in Belarus.

A reminder, the inspection will be held in two phases. The first one (which runs until 9 February) will rehearse deploying troops and defending military facilities. The exercise will assess the readiness and ability of the air defense forces on duty to provide protection for key facilities in Belarus.

The joint exercise Allied Resolve 2022 will be held at the second phase of the inspection, from 10 to 20 February. The exercise will practice suppressing and repelling external aggression in the course of a defensive operation, countering terrorism and protecting the interests of the Union State. The exercise will also drill reinforcing state border sections in potential areas of illegal penetration of armed groups into Belarus and shutting down channels of the supply of arms, munitions and other means and also searching for, blocking and eliminating outlawed armed militants and enemy subversive and reconnaissance groups.

The troops will practice their joint operations at the Obuz-Lesnovsky, Osipovichsky, Brestsky, Gozhsky and Domanovsky training grounds and also at some terrain sections in Belarus. The exercise will also involve the airfields in Baranovichi, Luninets, Lida and Machulishchi.

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