Joint tactical exercises of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan and Turkey in Lachin
On September 6, joint tactical exercises of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan and Turkey with live firing began in the Lachin region of Azerbaijan, the press service of the Ministry of Defense said on Monday.
“The main goal of the exercises is to improve combat interaction during military operations, to develop the skills of commanders in making decisions and managing subunits.
Special attention is paid to improving the skills of using modern military equipment and other military means in difficult terrain,” it was reported.
At the same time, the Ministry of Defense does not report on the duration of the exercises, the number of participants and the military equipment used.
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