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A military delegation from Uzbekistan will study the experience of combat training in the Central Military District

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A delegation of the Armed Forces of Uzbekistan led by the commander of the Tashkent Military District, Major General Bahodir Kurbanov, arrived in the Urals to learn about the experience of organizing combat training in the Central Military District (CVO), said on Tuesday a representative of the Military District Colonel Yaroslav Roshchupkin.


A military delegation from Uzbekistan will study the experience of combat training in the Central Military District


In Yekaterinburg, a military delegation visited the headquarters of the Central Military District, and also met with the command of the 14 Army Air Force and Air Defense
- he specified.

According to him, in the next two days the delegation will continue to work in the 90th tank a division stationed in the Chelyabinsk region, where it will evaluate the latest Russian methods of conducting classes in fire and tactical training, and will also monitor practical actions as part of a bilateral exercise at the Chebarkul training ground.

Earlier it was reported that Lieutenant-General Alexander Lapin, commander of the Central Military District, visited Tashkent, where he discussed the situation in the Central Asian region and various scenarios of its development, taking into account the military-political situation in the Middle East.
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  1. zyzx
    zyzx 27 February 2018 14: 34
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    Why are they no war?
    1. andrewkor
      andrewkor 27 February 2018 14: 44
      +1
      Refresh your memory about the achievements of Timur, Babur, it will be interesting!
    2. amirbek
      amirbek 27 February 2018 14: 55
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      Quote: zyzx
      Why, they are no war

      among yours, too, pa'lno wassat Unless, of course, he will not accept the scent ...
    3. astronom1973n
      astronom1973n 28 February 2018 14: 00
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      Quote: zyzx
      Why are they no war?

      Come on! People, of course, are different, but for some reason, with whom I studied and served, a good opinion remained about them! And they are noble warriors! And friends.
  2. Glory1974
    Glory1974 27 February 2018 19: 59
    +1
    The Uzbeks do not have a bad army, and they are not bad fighters. After the collapse of the USSR, Washington paid a lot of attention to them, officers were taken to America for an internship, NATO weapons were tried to be adopted, etc. After Karimov’s death, the pendulum swung the other way, turned to Russia. One can only welcome this.
  3. Georges Pompidou
    Georges Pompidou 27 February 2018 21: 20
    +1
    Quote: zyzx
    Why are they no war?

    Have you personally seen what kind of warriors they are? Ask Afghan veterans!
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