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In the SBU announced the anti-terrorist exercises near the Crimea

В СБУ анонсировали антитеррористические учения вблизи КрымаThe teachings of the SBU will not affect the operation of the checkpoint Chongar.

On Friday, April 21, on the territory of Genichesk district, Kherson region on the border with the occupied Crimea will be held anti-terrorist exercises.

About this informed the head a press-services of management of SBU in the region of Victoria Shakula.

“It’s just an exercise, routine that from time to time offer,” she said.

While Shakula added that local residents are asked to remain calm “in connection with the concentration in the locality of special forces and the military and be sensitive to possible temporary inconvenience.”

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However, she stressed that the work of the checkpoint Chongar anti-terrorist exercises will not be affected.

1 December in the South of Ukraine, near the temporarily occupied Crimea, Russia started military exercises that included missile firing. The exercises the crews of combat and transport aircraft of the air force, units of anti-aircraft missiles, communication troops and unmanned aircraft. Was also attracted anti-aircraft missile systems s-300.

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During doctrines of the Ukrainian military made sixteen missile launches. The evening of the same day support to Ukraine was expressed by the USA and France. Russia did not react.

2 December, the head of the General staff of VS of Ukraine Victor Muzhenko declared the successful completion of the test anti-aircraft guided missiles.

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