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Conference on the preparation for the joint exercises Indra-2018 ended in India

The first conference on the preparation of the annual joint Russian-Indian military exercises Indra-2018 was completed in India, the press service of the Eastern Military District (VVO) said on Monday. This year, the exercises will be attended by several units stationed in Primorye combined arms association.

Reportedly, the representatives of the Air Forces and the Armed Forces of India agreed to work out during the exercises the planning of joint actions in the peacekeeping operation, the organization of interaction between the headquarters and units, tactical actions by the joint group of troops to neutralize the conditional gang formation. Participating this year will be for 250 military personnel from each side. Observers from the leadership of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and India will take part in the final stage and in the closing ceremony of maneuvers.

In addition to the practical actions of the divisions, the issues of catering, consumer services and medical support for Russian units, the procedure for receiving and airfield servicing of military transport aircraft were discussed.

Earlier it was reported that the land part of the exercises was decided to be held this year at one of the training grounds in India in the second half of the year.
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