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First Russian-Algerian Drills Begin in North Ossetia


Russia continues to underline its military power in the North African region as opposed to the U.S. Russia’s desire for influence in the Middle East region continues to grow. In the face of new U.S. policies of non-expansion, the Eurasian giant’s foreign policy is undaunted and is making moves in the North African region. Thus, Russia and Algeria have begun joint military operations in the republic of North Ossetia, in the North Caucasus Federal District. The maneuvers, announced last April, are taking place at the “Tarskoye” maneuver field, a scenario that is intended to involve 80 soldiers from Russia’s Southern…

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