Troops from Russia, Belarus, Serbia train near Polish border
PR dla Zagranicy
More than 800 landing troops from Russia, Belarus and Serbia have launched exercises near the Polish and Ukrainian borders.
The manoeuvres, named Slavic Fraternity 2017, started on Tuesday near Brest, a town in Belarus at the border with Poland.
Commandos will practice joint operations against terrorism, Poland’s IAR news agency reported. It added that the exercises will last until 15 June.
A battalion of Russian landing troops, a battalion of special forces from Belarus and a company of special forces from Serbia are taking part in the manoeuvres, according to IAR.
The manoeuvres are the third Slavic Fraternity exercises. The previous ones took place in Serbia and Russia.