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Over 1,500 Troops from Three Countries to Take Part in Joint Drills on Afghan Border


Over 1,500 troops from Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will take part in joint drills at the Kharb-Maidon training ground, 20 km from the border with Afghanistan, on August 5-10, the press office of Russia’s Central Military District reported on Tuesday. “Overall, more than 1,500 troops and about 300 items of armament and military hardware from the three countries will be involved in the tactical drills,” the press office said in a statement. The troops will practice thwarting an intrusion by outlawed armed gangs and eliminating “radical terrorist groups,” the statement says. At all stages of the drills, the troops will…

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