APU will conduct exercises with air firing

ВСУ проведут учения с воздушными стрельбами

Military APU

In the Ukrainian General staff said on holding period from 1 to 2 Dec exercises with air firing.

In the Ukrainian General staff reported conducting exercises with aerial firing in the southern part of the country in the period from 1 to 2 December. This is stated on the website of the General staff in Facebook.

“In the period from 1 to 2 December 2016, in the southern part of Ukraine will take research exercises of Air forces of Armed Forces of Ukraine, during which will be carried out aerial firing. For the purpose of early alert providers of aviation services of different States, airlines and air crews about the dangers of air space use under these aerial firing in the area of their conduct, the Air Force of the Armed forces of Ukraine were prepared and published aviation notification”, – stated in the message.

ВСУ проведут учения с воздушными стрельбами

 

Earlier, the NSDC Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov said that Kiev is not planning to conduct missile tests in the Kerch Strait. He noted that the Russian airspace in the Black sea ends up in the middle of the Strait.

“The rest of the territory West of the Kerch Strait is the sovereign airspace of Ukraine”, – said Turchinov, adding that Ukraine conducts missile tests under all international obligations and treaties.

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We will remind, Russia demanded from Ukraine to cancel the missile exercises in the vicinity of Simferopol. It was alleged that Kiev “has unilaterally taken the decision to conduct missile firings in the sovereign airspace of the Russian Federation”.

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