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RUSSIA TO PUT MORE AIRCRAFT ON DUTY IN BELARUS

18.12.14

Russia intends to put more aircraft and helicopters on duty in Belarus, learned from Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Belarus Alexander Surikov during the press conference in Minsk on 17 December.

The diplomat reminded that Russian jet fighters have been on duty in Belarus since December 2013. “Plans have been made to increase the amount of hardware on duty up to 12 combat aircraft and two trainer aircraft. The first wing of four military helicopters Mi-8 will be deployed to bolster the on-duty forces in the Belarusian airspace. The Belarusian army will also get four air defense missile systems S-300,” said Alexander Surikov.

According to the Ambassador, Belarus and Russia cooperate in the military sphere and the military technology sphere rather successfully. “As many as 99 Belarusian enterprises and 940 Russian enterprises use manufacturing cooperation schemes to make end products. The share of Belarusian products in the Russian defense order is already at 15%. And the Russian defense order is a colossal amount of money,” noted Alexander Surikov.

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BELARUSIAN AIR DEFENSE UNITS TO GET NEW RADAR STATIONS IN 2015

03.12.14

Several new radar stations will be delivered to air defense units of the Belarusian army in 2015,learned from Major-General Oleg Dvigalev, Commander of the Air Force and Air Defense of the Armed Forces of Belarus, on 2 December.

“We continue buying new low-altitude radar stations Rosa. The stations are designed to detect targets up to 3-4km above the earth surface. They can work in an automatic mode without operators. We plan to ship another 3-4 radar stations like that to the radar units next year,” said the officer.

The army continues buying Belarus-made radar stations Vostok-D. Apart from that, air defense units continue modernization. “The amount of money required to buy one new weapon can be spent on quality repairs of up to five old weapons,” explained Oleg Dvigalev. “A number of contracts on modernization, primarily the modernization of radar equipment, have been signed with Belarusian companies”.

Oleg Dvigalev remarked that they would like to modernize air force units (for instance, for the sake of improving ergonomics in an aircraft cockpit) but there are certain difficulties involved in getting Russian manufacturers to agree to it. “It costs time and money. We have already learned how to save money because apart from the army Belarus has to take care of common citizens, teachers, medics, and other public sector employees,” he added.

Oleg Dvigalev also reminded that in Q1 2015 the Belarusian army will receive four Yak-130 aircraft. In his words, Belarusian pilots and the technicians that will take care of maintaining these aircraft will go to Russia in January 2015 for training.

Belarusian Defense Ministry and OAO Irkut Corporation signed the contract for the delivery of four combat training aircraft Yak-130 in Minsk on 18 December 2012 as part of the implementation of the Belarus-Russia agreement on the development of military and technical cooperation. Belarus was the first CIS state to buy these aircraft.

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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CIS AIR DEFENSE STAFF EXERCISE IN PROGRESS

21.10.14

The ability of on-duty air defense forces of Belarus and Russia to carry out air defense missions will be thoroughly evaluated during a command post rehearsal involving command units and on-duty forces of the CIS united air defense system, the press service of the Belarusian Defense Ministry told.

The event began on 21 October in line with this year's plan for staging joint events of the CIS united air defense system participating states. The main purposes of the exercise include the improvement of the organization of interaction between on-duty air defense units and the improvement of the ability of the officers at all levels to manage the on-duty air defense units, said the press service.

The exercise will involve command units, on-duty units in air defense missile troops and radar troops, air direction centers, and aircraft of various types. A total of 20 aircraft will be dispatched by the Belarusian and Russian air defense forces. The exercise will evaluate actions of command units as they deal with violators of air space usage rules, hijacked aircraft, and aircraft in distress.

According to the source, interaction of the CIS states in air defense has been and continues to be a top priority of military cooperation.

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RUSSIA TO OPEN AIRBASE FOR FIGHTER JETS IN BELARUS IN 2016

16.10.14

Russia is due to establish an airbase in Babruysk, in eastern Belarus, in 2016 and deploy Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jets, Russian Air Force Commander-In-Chief Colonel General Viktor Bondarev said on Wednesday.

“The airbase of the Russian and Belarusian Air Force will be created in 2016. Su-27 fighter jets will be based there,” Bondarev told reporters during his three-day visit to the facilities under construction.

The Russian aircraft will be stationed at a military airfield, which is expected to be reconstructed.

Russia decided earlier this year to send 24 Su-27SM3 fighter jets to Belarus’s Baranovichi airfield to be used to provide inviolability of the airspace of the Union State of Russia and Belarus.

The Su-27 Flanker is a twin-engine supermaneuverable fighter jet, which can be used to perform various combat operations, including reconnaissance and interception of enemy aircraft.

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BELARUSIAN AIR FORCE TO GET FOUR COMBAT TRAINING AIRCRAFT IN Q1 2015

16.10.14

Four Yak-130 aircraft will be commissioned by the Belarusian Air Force in Q1 2015, learned from Major-General Oleg Dvigalev, Air Force and Air Defense Commander.

“We are about to begin the practical implementation of the contract to buy Yak-130 combat training aircraft for the Air Force. Four aircraft are expected to be delivered to Belarus in Q1 2015 and we will begin using them,” said Oleg Dvigalev.

According to the source, in January 2015 Belarusian pilots and the technicians, who will service the aircraft, will go to Russia for training. “Apart from that, in 2015 we will continue buying modernized hardware, primarily electronic intelligence stations,” added the Major-General.

The Belarusian Defense Ministry and OAO Irkut Corporation signed the contract for the delivery of four combat training aircraft Yak-130 in Minsk on 18 December 2012 as part of the implementation of the Belarus-Russia agreement on the development of military and technical cooperation. Belarus is the first CIS state to buy these aircraft.

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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