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BELARUSIAN ARMY TO BUY RUSSIAN ARMORED PERSONNEL CARRIERS

10.09.15

Belarus and Russia signed a contract during the Russia Arms Expo in Nizhny Tagil. In line with the contract Belarus will buy a batch of armored personnel carriers BTR-82A, learned from Major-General Sergei Simonenko, First Deputy Chief of Armaments of the Belarusian army.

The officer said: “Today we and the Russian side have signed the contract to buy modern armored vehicles BTR-82A for the Belarusian army.”

The APCs will be delivered to the Belarusian army's ground forces in 2016. “These vehicles can accomplish a number of tasks in a highly effective manner, this is why our army has a strong interest in them,” explained the Major-General.

The Military Industrial Company (OOO VPK) develops and makes these armored personnel carriers in Russia. The company also offers new-generation APCs Bumerang.

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BELARUS SECOND AT CIS' FIRST MILITARY SPORTS GAMES

10.08.15

The Belarusian team finished second in the first military sports games of the friendly armies of the CIS member states. They were held in Moscow from 24 July to 1 August and were dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory.

The sports delegation of the Armed Forces of Belarus included 56 soldiers who took part in the competitions in eight sports: hand-to-hand combat, military pentathlon, weight lifting, judo, military combined events, summer officers triathlon, shooting, and the competition for commanders.

The Belarusian team won 7 gold, 18 silver and 13 bronze medals.

The event was attended by over 300 military men from six countries.

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THE SPECIAL EXERCISE OF SIGNAL TROOPS OF THE MILITARY FORCES OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS.

27.07.15

The Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Belarus reported that the special exercise of signal troops of the Military Forces will take place on July, 27-31 according to the Military Forces  training plan 2014/2015.

         It was also stated that the main scope of the exercise is increase of the fighting efficiency level of the control units and signal troops in terms of providing the signal troops and system organized deployment. Sustained functioning for the purposes of Armed Forces control, systematic and efficient preparation for the joint operational exercise “Union Shield-2015” is among the main purposes of the exercise.

         It was also clarified that  the training is the final practical stage of the Signal Troops preparation to this exercise. Upgraded communication system based on new and modernized communication devices and systems used by the Armed Forces will be deployed, whereas analog devices and systems will be used as back up.

         As part of the exercise, it’s planned to practice the interoperability of the Armed Forces Communication system with common telecommunication network and territorial communication system of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation. The main issues will be considered at Obuz-Lesnovsky, Brest and Borisov training areas as well as at permanent deployment sites.

          Communications Division military officers of Western military district of Armed Forces of the Russian Federation are expected to take part in the exercise for the purpose of  experience exchange of organization of military preparation and cooperation. 

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BELARUS AND RUSSIA ARE INTENT UP ON COMPLETE INVOLVEMENT OF THE MECHANISMS OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL COMMISSION ON MILITARY-TECHNICAL COOPERATION

16.07.15

The representatives of Military-Industrial Complex of Belarus and Russia are intent upon complete involvement of the mechanisms of Belarusian-Russian Intergovernmental Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation, - informed Press Service of the State Military-Industrial Committee of the Republic of Belarus. 

The agency explained that the Russian delegation in the composition of the Director of the Federal Service on Military – Technical Cooperation Mr. A. Fomin, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia Mr. A. Potapov and General Director of OJSC “Rosoboronexport” Mr. A. Isaykin on 14-15 July made a working visit to the city of Minsk and held negotiations with the Chairman of the State Military-Industrial Committee Mr. S. Gurulev. 

"During the negotiations the Parties carried out the analysis of the current state of military-technical cooperation between Belarus and Russia paying special attention to the conceptual approaches for its further development in midterm, as well as discussed and came up to the order of coordination and interaction with respect to military-technical cooperation with third countries.  In order to add dynamic to the solution of these tasks the Parties offer to involve in full volume mechanisms of activity of Belarusian-Russian Intergovernmental Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation", - mentioned in the Press Service of the State Military-Industrial Committee.

Development of cooperation ties between two-state organizations, as well as formulation of the effective mechanisms for more complete involvement of economic, production and scientific-technological potential for cooperation extension became a separate issue for negotiations.

A Minutes of working session was signed following the results of the negotiations held.

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FIRST YAK-130 AIRCRAFT DELIVERED TO BELARUSIAN ARMY

15.04.15

The aircraft was delivered in a disassembled form by an IL-76 cargo aircraft. It will be assembled by Russian specialists later on. These aircraft will improve flight personnel training capacity right up to training how to fly prospective fifth-generation aircraft, explained the Defense Ministry.

The source added that the Russian R&D corporation Irkut is expected to deliver four combat and training aircraft Yak-130 to the Belarusian army this year in accordance with the Belarusian-Russian agreement on developing military technical cooperation. A team of Air Force and Air Defense specialists continues studying how to fly and provide maintenance services for this kind of aircraft at the aviation personnel training center in the Russian city of Zhukovsky.

Developed by the Yakovlev Design Bureau, the two-seat aircraft Yak-130 is designed to offer basic and advanced training for frontline pilots. The aircraft boasts outstanding maneuverability and modern onboard radio equipment and electronics, which state-of-the-art combat aircraft use. The aircraft also has increased reliability and a long service life. Yak-130 is the world's only training aircraft that can boast the aerodynamic configuration and subsonic flight performance matching those of modern fighter jets. The aircraft can carry up to 3,000kg of combat payload (guided and unguided missiles and bombs, cannons and so on) using nine external suspensions.

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