Lukashenko approves plan of Belarus-Russia joint operational exercise

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko approved the plan of a joint operational exercise of the Armed Forces of Belarus and Russia, APA reports citing Belta.

As it has been reported, the exercise is scheduled for February. It will be held on the western and southern borders of Belarus.

“As you know, the Russian president and I agreed in December last year to hold snap exercises on the western border of the Union State and on the southern border of Belarus, which is also the border of the Union State. Today we see the need to hold full-scale exercises in the western and southern regions,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

“These should be full-scale exercises to drill a certain plan of action against the following forces: in the west (the Baltic states and Poland) and the south (Ukraine),” the president stressed.


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