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The “Selenge 2013” Russian-Mongolian joint military field exercises will be held in Mongolia
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The “Selenge 2013” Russian-Mongolian joint military field exercises will be held in Mongolia
On May 30, 2013, the Eastern Military District of the Russian Armed Forces reported that the "Selenge 2013" Russian-Mongolian joint military field exercises will be held in the territory of Mongolia at the site named "Doityn Shar Nuur" in September 2013. 
About 300 soldiers of the Eastern Military District stationed in the Republic of Buryatia and about 300 troops from Mongolia will take part in the Russian-Mongolian antiterrorism exercise "Selenge 2013", which has been held annually since 2008. Russian and Mongolian soldiers will work out joint actions with firing to block and neutralize terror’s unit. 
It is noted that the representatives of the District Command and the Armed Forces of Mongolia approved the plan and the future stages of the exercise, the location of the field camp, station loading and unloading of military equipment and the final negotiations will be conducted in Ulaanbaatar in August of this year. 
Last year, the field exercises codenamed "Selenge 2012" was organized at the site "Burduny" in Buryatia, where 300 Russian, 250 Mongolian soldiers and about 100 units of combat and special equipment on both sides were involved and the previous exercise "Selenge 2011" took place at the “Tavan Tolgoi” training center in Mongolia. 

 

May 31, 2013


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