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By the end of the year the 377th guards air defense missile regiment, the 1st and 115th air defense missile regiments are supposed to get four air defense missile batteries S-300, representatives of the Belarusian Defense Ministry told.

According to the source, S-300 training systems are being purchased, too. The radio warfare troops are getting new Belarus-made hardware such as the radar station Rosa and the modern radar complex Vostok. There are plans to buy new radar stations, including in Russia.

For the sake of improving the effectiveness of aviation the Air Force and Air Defense command intends to test equipment meant to provide comprehensive protection against high-precision weapons to aerial units. All the necessary equipment has been tested by OAO 558 Aircraft Repair Plant and at the proving ground of the Belarusian Defense Ministry. The complex can jam enemy radars without requiring the pilot's attention.

Representatives of the Belarusian Defense Ministry noted that the acquisition of new and modernized hardware and weapons by the Air Force and Air Defense units allows considerably bolstering the capabilities of military units with regard to the quality fulfillment of air defense missions. Nowadays Air Defense and Air Force units occupy a proper place in the national defense system. They demonstrate high professional skills, cohesiveness and the ability to act in a complicated environment, stressed the source.

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During the period from 6to 16 April 2015, the 31st navigational-topographic center will hold a call with mobile navigational-topographic complex crews of navigational-topographic military units and 927th center for training and operating of unmanned aerial vehicles of Air Forces and Air Defence.

During the event,organization, UAV «Formula» (which is a part of mobile navigational-topographic complex) flight operation and support matters will be exercised.

Main purpose of this UAV is to conduct oblique (with airborne TV camera) and plane (with airborne TV, photo and infrared camera) pre-programmed surveying with reference to telemetric data and transmission of surveying, timing and gridding data.

Crew training will be organized in two stages.

In the first stage, crews will study operation manuals of terrain online monitoring complex, search and evacuation works procedures, as well as get familiarized with special automated online air survey software and will undergo an unmanned aviationcombat training course (tactic level).

In the second stage, the participants will exerciselanding site selection, UAV ground control and processing station location, UAV takeoff and landing matters.

According to the results of training and pass/fail exams, crews will be granted with the permission to operate independentlymobile navigational-topographic complexes.

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UN/UNDP Resident Coordinator in Belarus Sanaka Samarasinha praised the progress made in the implementation of the project on Safe Storage of Light and Small Arms Stockpiles conducted jointly by OSCE, EU, UNDP and the Defense Ministry of the Republic of Belarus. Sanaka Samarasinha took part in an opening ceremony for a number of modernized facilities – a repair shop and a storage area for light and small arms stockpiles in one of the military units of Gomel.

According to the coordinator, the implementation of the project will help to align the practices of light and small arms storage with the recommendations contained in the UN comprehensive regulations on disarmament. “It will promote stability in Central and Eastern Europe through strengthening security in the stores of light and small arms to reduce the proliferation risks,” Sanaka Samarasinha said at the briefing.

Under the project, the storehouses for light and small arms have been renovated, with the installation of perimeter fences, intrusion protection systems, fire alarm systems, perimeter alarms, indoor and outdoor lighting systems. 13 military units have been supplied with equipment and materials to strengthen security in the stores, as well as the required fire safety equipment.

The OSCE and EU states have so far allocated almost $3.3 million. The money will be used to modernize seven military units. About $4.6 million is necessary to complete the project.

Head of the EU Delegation in Belarus Maira Mora, who also took part in the opening ceremony, told media: “This is an investment in important things. As the military say, no cases of loss of small arms have been registered in Belarus so far. However, the country spent more money on the security systems than it will after the modernization.”

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Belarus will get four combat and training aircraft Yak-130 in April, BelTA learned from Oleg Demchenko, President of Irkut Corporation.

“We are going to deliver four Yak-130 aircraft to Belarus in April,” said Oleg Demchenko during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) 2015 in Malaysia.

BelTA reported earlier that Minsk expects the first wing of the combat and training aircraft Yak-130 to be delivered by the end of March. The contract on buying these aircraft was signed in late 2012. Belarus is the first CIS country to buy Yak-130.

Oleg Demchenko also mentioned plans to supply four jet fighters Su-30SM to Astana. “So in April we will export eight aircraft: four for Kazakhstan and four for Belarus,” he specified.

Speaking about plans to sell aircraft to other CIS states, the Irkut Corporation head mentioned they were in negotiations with Armenia and Uzbekistan.

Yak-130 (NATO designation – Mitten) is designed to offer combat training to pilots and can be used to attack aerial and ground targets. The aircraft is meant to train pilots to fly combat aircraft of the four-plus generation and the fifth generation. The first Yak-130s took wing in 1996. In 2012 Yak-130 was chosen to be the main aircraft for training pilots for the Russian Air Force.

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A joint tabletop exercise of the united command of the Belarusian-Russian regional military group began on 23 March with a view to practicing using the regional group for the sake of military security of the Union State of Belarus and Russia, according to the representatives of the Belarusian Defense Ministry.

The source explained that the tabletop exercise had been arranged as part of the army's training plan for the academic year of 2014-2015. The staff exercise will last through 27 March. It is supervised by Major-General Oleg Belokonev, Chief of the General Staff of the Belarusian army, First Deputy Defense Minister of the Republic of Belarus.

As part of the exercise representatives of the Belarusian and Russian defense ministries will continue practicing the joint planning of the application of the troops considering the experience of armed conflicts of recent years with a view to ensuring the military security of the Union State. The exercise is a logical continuation of the series of joint exercises and is meant to improve the operational compatibility of military control agencies of the two countries that will take part in the Belarusian-Russian army exercise Union Shield 2015.

The staff training includes units of the Defense Ministry, the General Staff and the Armed Forces, operational groups of the Air Force and Air Defense Command, the Special Operations Command, staffs of territorial defense zones, central government agencies of Belarus. Taking part in the exercise are officers of the Russian army as part of the united command of the regional army group and the operational group of the Western Military District of the Russian army.

The source specified that the exercise is taking place at stationary command posts of the army, the Air Force and Air Defense units, the Special Operations Command, and headquarters of territorial defense zones.

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