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The CSTO Secretary General announced the strengthening of the borders with Tajikistan due to the risk of gang activity in Afghanistan
The risk of the activity of gangs and the development of the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan have caused the CSTO to pay special attention to the borders of this country from Tajikistan, CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas said.
Negative assessments of the actions of the CSTO mission in Kazakhstan are politicized - CSTO Secretary General
The actions of the CSTO in Kazakhstan received many positive assessments, and the negative ones that appeared were politicized, said the Secretary General of the CSTO Stanislav Zas.
Military instructors from Russia arrived at the military base in Tombuktu, which was abandoned by the French forces of the anti-terrorist operation "Barkhan". The Malian military confirmed this information to RFI and the France-Presse news agency.
Despite the fact that the first Chechen war ended more than a quarter of a century ago, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions around it. For example, information about the participation of T-90 tanks in those hostilities still pops up from time to time in various sources.
Inspectors from Latvia will inspect the Russian military infrastructure in the Bryansk and Smolensk regions. This was announced on Sunday, January 23, by the head of the National Center for Reducing Nuclear Danger of the Russian Defense Ministry, Sergei Ryzhkov.
Biden is considering the possibility of deploying up to 5 thousand US military in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States - Media
The United States can send up to 5,000 military personnel, ships and aircraft to the countries of Eastern Europe and the Baltic States, The New York Times reports, citing knowledgeable sources in the US administration.
The Ministry of Defense announces the dispatch of units from the Amur Region to Belarus for exercises
Units from the Amur Region have been sent to Belarus for exercises, where they will have to perform training tasks at unfamiliar training grounds.
The troops of the Eastern Military District with weapons and military equipment continue to arrive on the territory of the Republic of Belarus to undergo exercises. This was announced on Monday, January 24, by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, congratulating on the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Tactical Missile Armament Corporation, noted that the company's staff makes a significant contribution to the development of the country's military-industrial complex and building up the combat power of the Armed Forces, the telegram was published on the Kremlin's website.
The Russian Aerospace Forces were represented by the crews of Su-34, Su-35 and A-50 long-range radar detection aircraft
Russian and Syrian military pilots conducted the first joint air patrol along the Golan Heights and the Euphrates from the airfields of Khmeimim, Seikal and Dumair. This was reported to journalists in the Russian Defense Ministry.
Russian and Syrian planes conducted joint patrols along the Syrian border, the Russian Defense Ministry said. "The patrol route ran along the Golan Heights, then along the southern border, up along the Euphrates and over the northern regions of the Syrian Arab Republic. During the patrol, training missile launches were carried out on air targets and ground targets were hit at one of the landfills located in the central part of the country," the ministry said.
Russia is turning the Sea of Okhotsk into a "shrine of nuclear strategy." All this is done in order to protect nuclear submarines with enemy ballistic missiles and to protect the borders of the Russian Federation from a possible attack.
The military bases of the Russian Federation stationed on the territory of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan will receive more than 70 units of military equipment in 2022, the commander of the Central Military District troops Alexander Lapin said.
The main objectives of the campaign are the participation of ships in naval exercises under the overall leadership of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy Admiral Nikolai Evmenov
A detachment of warships of the Baltic Fleet consisting of the corvettes "Stoyky" and "Savvy" left Baltiysk for a long hike. This was reported to journalists in the information support department of the Baltic Fleet.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, as commander-in-chief, is taking measures to ensure Russia's security amid rising tensions, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Monday.
On January 24, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov answered the question whether the Russian military exercises in the Baltic Sea are a reaction to the actions of NATO.
The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov forwarded to the Ministry of Defense the question whether the Russian military exercises in the Baltic are a reaction to NATO's decision to transfer additional forces to Eastern Europe, but noted that the activity of the alliance near the borders of Russia cannot be ignored by the armed forces of the country.
The Kremlin, following the DPR, stated that it sees signs of a possible offensive by the Ukrainian army on Donbass.
The threat of an armed offensive by Ukraine on Donbass is now very high, Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, TASS reports.
Twenty ships and vessels of the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Federation went to sea to perform combat training tasks, the fleet said on Monday.
The Bering Strait and the coast of Chukotka will be covered by a new coastal defense division — its formation in the region has already begun.
The compound will take control of the territory from the western borders of Chukotka to Kamchatka, and, if necessary, to Sakhalin. It will include several regiments, including the previously created 50th Coastal Defense Regiment.