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Monday, October 24, 2016

The defense Ministry confirmed the deployment of “Iskander” in the Kaliningrad region

The Russian defense Ministry confirmed the transfer of operational-tactical complexes “Iskander” in the Baltic sea in the Kaliningrad oblast. The Russian defense Ministry explain this plan of combat training. It is reported that the mysteries did not do and one of the complexes specially put under a passing American spy satellite.

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Igor Konashenkov.

As it turned out, U.S. intelligence was not wrong when earlier it was reported about the transfer to the Kaliningrad region complexes “Iskander-M”.

Read the material: “Iskander” near Kaliningrad threw “the Mullet”

But especially try the Americans did not have. As stated in the press release of the official representative of the Ministry of defense of Russia Igor Konashenkov, one of the complexes especially before loading on the ship “the Levee” were exposed to flying American reconnaissance satellite. This was done to clarify the parameters of this spacecraft. “Long wait we didn’t have American partners in a “revelatory impulse” do all of us and confirmed,” – said Konashenkov.

With regard to the fact of a transfer of the missiles, the defense Ministry was surprised by the hype raised and explained that “Iskander” is the mobile complex and there is a year-round plan of combat training in which missile troops, and perfecting marching training, overcoming considerable distance through the territory of Russia. And the Kaliningrad region in this sense is not an exception. There has “had transferred and will be transferred” units of missile troops within the framework of combat training, said the Ministry of defense.


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