Joint Belarusian-Russian drills were held at one of the military sites near Brest, in Western Belarus in the period from October 7 to 20.
During the exercise, Belarusian and Russian paratroopers practiced conducting counter-sabotage missions.
Over 700 servicemen, an Il-76 transport plane, Mi-8 and Mi-24 helicopters, drones and other military equipment were involved in the drills.
Russia and Belarus are increasing the number of joint exercises involving their paratroopers and special operations forces.
Video provided by the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation.
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