Belarus-Russia United Air Defence System may include 21 units
The Russian Federation and Belarus will finalize the issues regarding the combat strength of the United Regional Air Defence System by the end of April this year, BelTA learnt from head of the press service of the Belarusian Defence Ministry Vyacheslav Remenchik.
The United Regional Air Defence System of Belarus and Russia is expected to be composed of 21 military units. "The defence ministers of both the countries should approve the final list of the military units within three months since the agreement comes into force. Preliminary, the United Regional Air Defence System of Belarus and Russia will include ten air defence missile units, five radio-technical units and a radioelectronic combat unit," Vyacheslav Remenchik noted.The United Regional Air Defence System of Belarus and Russia will be made up of the military units of the two countries which are based on the territory of the Eastern-European collective security region (Belarus, Kaliningrad region and frontier regions of the Russian Federation).