Opening Asia for Russia

The exercises of the CSTO countries "Indestructible Brotherhood - 2021" began in Tatarstan

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According to Colonel-General Alexander Lapin, the cohesion of states is needed more than ever to neutralize potential threats.


The interaction and cohesion of the CSTO member states and the strengthening of alliances in the military sphere are now more important than ever for neutralizing potential threats, Colonel-GeneralAlexander Lapin, Commander of the Central Military District (CMD), said at the opening of the exercises "Indestructible Brotherhood - 2021".

On Monday, the joint exercises with the Collective Peacekeeping Forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization "Indestructible Brotherhood - 2021" started at the training ground of the Kazan Higher Tank Command School. The military contingents of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan are involved in working out joint actions.

dynamic build-up of alliance in the military sphere. We are required to be fully prepared at any time to ensure security and maintain peace in our countries,” Alexander Lapin said at the opening.

The Commander of the Central Military District added that during the exercises, military personnel will gradually work out planning and conducting a peacekeeping operation, taking into account the experience gained in Syria and Nagorno-Karabakh by the troops of the Central Military District.

promptly carry out the entire range of tasks in the fight against international terrorism, overcoming conflicts and protecting the civilian population,” the Colonel General noted.

About the exercises

The basis of the Russian military contingent military personnel of a separate peacekeeping unit of the Central Military District from the Samara region make up the exercises. Also, the exercises from the Russian side involve the forces and means of communications units, special forces, electronic warfare, NBC protection, military police of the Central Military District.

by illegal armed formations and their destruction.

In total, about 1.8 thousand people representing the armed forces and law enforcement agencies of the CSTO member countries, as well as up to 300 weapons, including eight Mi helicopters, take part in the maneuvers. -8 and Mi-24 and two Su-34 multifunctional fighter-bombers.

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