Russian drills on Ukraine border do not contradict Geneva agreements - Russian delegation

Russia's drills on the border with Ukraine do not contradict the Geneva agreements, the Russian delegation said in a statement on Monday during talks in Vienna on military security and arms control.

Russia's drills on the border with Ukraine do not contradict the Geneva agreements, the Russian delegation said in a statement on Monday during talks in Vienna on military security and arms control.

"The Geneva agreements do not stipulate restrictions on activities of the Russian armed forces within its national boundaries," the document said.

"The events being held in subdivisions and units of the Southern and Western Military Districts do not require, in regard to its scale, any explanations in accordance with the provisions of the Vienna document of 2011," the statement said.

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