Russian complexes Tor-M2 should go into service of the Belarusian army soon

Russian anti-aircraft missiles "Tor-M2" soon to go into service of the Belarusian army. This was announced by Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Belarus, First Deputy Minister of Defence, Major General Peter Tikhon, BelTA has learned.

"They are on their way and will soon go to the Air Force and Air Defence," — said Peter Tikhon.

In addition, Peter Tikhon said that completed the creation of the new Belarusian radar "Rosa". Soon it will go into service. "It is also an effective tool," — said the head of the General Staff. Responding to a question about the possibility of supplies to Belarus Russian "Iskander", Peter Tikhon said it was a matter of time. "Prospects for equipping aircraft are serious enough", — he added.

This year it was taken and put into service more than 108 samples. Including one of the main areas of military-technical cooperation with Russia is the purchase of small arms, ammunition, components, parts, property and equipment to aircraft engineering and communication engineering. Also, when this interaction is under renovation and modernization of aircraft, air defense systems, electronic warfare, prolonged periods of storage and use anti-aircraft missiles.

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