Russian military has started drills in six regions of Siberia and Far East as reported by Russian news agency TASS on Tuesday.
According to Col. Alexander Gordeyev, the Eastern Military District's press chief, the military drill will incorporate integrated practical exercises saying some have started simultaneously on eight landfills and traing complexes of the Eastern Military District, located in the areas of Transbaikal, Khabarovsk, Primorsky, Amur, Sakhalin, and the Republic of Buryatia.
Russian troop scouts are conducting the training drills to overcome rough waters on military equipment as well to enable them conduct show exploration.
Gordeyev also added that there will be tactical exercises with motorized infantry as well as armored and artillery units.
Col. Gordeev also pointed out that, reconnaissance military units would also practice use of advanced equipment, including drones, as well as cooperation with different arms of service.
There are about 1,000 soldiers and over 60 pieces of military equipment are involved in the drills, Gordeyev noted.