Zapad 2021 | Joint Belarus-Russia drills continue in Brest and Kaliningrad

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As the artilleries of each of each country jointly exercise at the Obuz-Lesnovsky training ground in Belarus, some 300 paratroopers and 12 amphibious combat vehicles were airdropped to the training ground in Russia’s Kaliningrad region, as the Zapad 2021 strategic military drills continue

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