Missile Strike Exercises Begin in Belarus

Missile Strike Exercises Begin in Belarus

A unit of troops equipped with the Russian Iskander-M missile system capable of hitting targets at a distance of 500 km is taking part in the drills.

Missile Strike Exercises Begin in Belarus

On May 30, the Belarusian military began exercises to train missile strikes.

Source. This was reported by the Ministry of Defense of Belarus on Telegram.

"As part of a control exercise to manage missile strikes, the missile units of the Armed Forces have begun performing training and combat missions."

The Belarusian Ministry of Defense noted that a unit of troops equipped with the Russian Iskander-M missile system is taking part in the training.

In early April 2023, it became known that Russia had handed over the Iskander-M operational and tactical complex to Belarus. It can hit targets at a distance of up to 500 km.

In addition, the complex can launch nuclear munitions, which Russia has recently begun moving to the territory of Belarus.

Background. As a reminder, the defense ministers of Russia and Belarus signed an agreement on the deployment of nuclear weapons in Belarus

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