According to the portal, the local Duma "must make a decision in the coming months."
“In Skrunda, it would be possible to conduct tactical exercises in an urban environment. The former military camp is a unique object, ”said Republic’s Defense Minister Raimonds Bergmanis.
The publication notes that over the past 15 years, the military camp has changed several owners. “The buildings have fallen into decay, they have taken everything valuable out of them. A year ago, the object became the property of the local government, ”writes the resource.
In Soviet times, a short-range radar was located in Skrunda, which was detonated after Latvia gained independence. The area of the town is 45 ha.