Russia and Belarus will create three training centers for joint training of military personnel. It is reported by the Russian Defense Ministry's press service.
On Friday, talks were held in Moscow between the defense ministers of the two countries Sergei Shoigu and Viktor Khrenin, the result of which was the signing of documents on the creation of three training centers for the joint training of military personnel. According to the agreements, two centers will be deployed on Russian territory, another one in Belarus.
Created Russian-Belarusian combat training centers for joint training will be deployed in the Nizhny Novgorod region of the Russian Federation, Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation and Grodno region of the Republic of Belarus
– according to a defense department report.
Besides, defense ministers discussed several more important topics, including holding joint military exercises on the territory of both countries, including “West-2021”. Shoigu and Khrenin paid special attention to the issue of organizing the air defense of Russia and Belarus.
Also, the Ministry of Defense of Belarus confirmed participation in the next international military games “Army-2021”, organized annually by Russia, and announced its readiness to host three competitions on its territory.