Lithuania to send observers to Russia-Belarus joint drills "Zapad-2017" - media

17:50, 16 August 2017
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Lithuania will deploy its observers to the Russian-Belarusian joint military exercises "Zapad -2017" (West-2017), which will be held on September 14-20, according to Delfi.

Russian defense ministry

Lithuania will observe the exercises from Belarus and Leningrad region of the Russian Federation, Delfi reports.

"Lithuania ... along with other states in the region received an invitation from Russia and Belarus to observe the exercises Zapad 2017," Asta Galdikaite, a spokeswoman for the Lithuanian Defense Ministry said, according to BNS.

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Read alsoUkraine's General Staff speaks of threats of Russia's West-2017 drillsOn September 19, the military attaché of Lithuania will observe the drills at the Luga training ground in Russia’s Leningrad region.

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