25 dic 2021 21:27 GMT
After a month of field exercises, the army is heading to its mother garrisons.
Southern Military District Command of the Russian Ministry of Defense Ads Last Saturday, more than 10,000 soldiers deployed in areas near the border with Ukraine withdrew to their original garrisons.
The news comes amid tensions between Russia and NATO and speculation in the Western media about Moscow’s alleged plans to invade Ukraine in early 2022, amid the stationing of Russian forces near the border with the neighboring country.
And the Ministry of Defense determined the withdrawal of the army after a month of exercises on the ground. “the combat training courses It was conducted in weapons training camps in the Ostragan, Volgograd and Rostov regions (on the border with Ukraine), Stavropol and the Kuban, the republics of the North Caucasus and Crimea (on the border with Ukraine), as well as in military camps of the Southern Army region in Abkhazia, Armenia and South Ossetia. “
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zagarova, denounce This Friday at a press conference about it 10,000 military trainers From WestIncluding 4,000 from the United States are currently in Ukraine. In this sense, he noted that the militarization of Ukraine is increasing with each time, because the country receives not only certain types of weapons and military equipment, but also NATO military specialists.
The law of the sovereignty of any country
On December 9, the Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, General Valery Gerasimov, announced, to cross out From “FalseThe media reported an alleged Russian invasion of Ukraine during a press briefing, and also noted that NATO member states pay “excessive” attention to Russian troop movements in the country.
“Redeployment of units in the context of combat readiness is exercise routine armed forces of any country. “Military operations are taking place on the national territory, so they do not require notification,” Gerasimov said.
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