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Sergei Shoigu summed up the exercise "East-2014»

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu summed up the results of the Vostok-2014 exercises. The results were summed up at a special meeting with the leadership of the Russian Armed Forces. The results of the check confirmed the full readiness of the troops of the Eastern Military District to carry out combat missions.

“The Vostok-2014 exercise has become the largest and most significant event in the operational training of the Armed Forces this year,” noted Sergei Shoigu. "In accordance with his plan, the issues of ensuring the security of the Russian Federation in the East were worked out according to one of the possible scenarios for the development of the military-political situation."

According to the Minister of Defense, the exercises showed that "the command and control bodies and the troops began to act more harmoniously and more confidently, there was a tendency towards a clearer organization of interaction between the Armed Forces and federal executive bodies."

Assessing the results of the exercise, the head of the RF Ministry of Defense noted that it "clearly demonstrated to the world community the high level of training of the troops of the Eastern Military District and their ability to ensure the military security of the Russian Federation in the Far East."

The Vostok 2014 strategic command post exercise was held from September 19 to September 25. According to the Ministry of Defense, over 155 servicemen took part in them, more than 8 units of weapons and military equipment, up to 85 ships and 650 aircraft were involved. The practical actions of the troops were carried out on the territory of 13 regions of Russia.

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