Russia sends fighters to Belarus for training
Russian military power and hardware began to arrive in Belarus this week, with “Allied Resolution” military exercises near the western border between Poland and Lithuania, NATO members of the former Soviet Republic, and near the southern side with Ukraine. Will be done. Western nations have gathered tens of thousands of troops on the border with Ukraine, which fears Russia, and plans a new attack on the invaded nations in 2014. Russia has denied such a plan. Lithuania also said that the buildup of Russian troops threatened its security. The Russian Ministry of Defense said two S-400 battalions (usually each containing eight anti-aircraft missile systems) began to travel by train from the Russian Far East to Belarus. Interfax said Moscow will also deploy 12 Sukhoi Su-35 fighters and a Pantsir missile system in Belarus for training.