April 27th, local time, the Council of Ministers of Defence of the Collective Security Treaty Organization was held in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. This meeting will discuss military security and how to address and eliminate challenges and threats.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told the meeting that the U.S. and NATO in Europe to improve the combat readiness of troops and strengthen the front-line military forces, is increasing the military threat.
NATO is implementing the “Four 30s” operational readiness initiative (the deployment of 30 mechanized battalions, 30 air squadrons and 30 combat ships in 30 days or less) to continuously upgrade and upgrade military infrastructure and increase operational and training intensity. Meanwhile, nationalist sentiment in Ukraine is intensifying, sparking armed clashes in the Donbass region, including along the Russian-Ukrainian border.
Shoigu said that in response to NATO’s military threat, Russia has taken appropriate measures, such as the western and southern military regions of the military readiness of the raid inspection, military training and combat missions in the west of the region to deploy two groups of troops and three airborne divisions.
Mr Shoigu said Russia was moving troops within its territory as planned and that there was no external influence and no external influence. Some have warned on various occasions about Russian military exercises on their territory and informed of possible consequences. Russia does not accept such warnings and will continue to take whatever measures it deems necessary to secure its borders.
Shoigu also pointed out that Russia is closely monitoring the movement and deployment of NATO troops in European exercises, including the United States National Guard 29th Division 53 infantry brigade arrived in Albania on the 26th, along with the arrival of various types of military equipment 750.