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Fighter aircrafts, tanks, helicopters, missiles destroy base of terrorists during anti-terror drill in Kyrgyzstan.

The CIS anti-terror drill Issyk-Kul Anti-Terror 2018 concluded at the Edelweiss training ground on September 26.

The forces and resources of the Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan, Central Military District of Armed Forces of Russia, aviation group of the Russian Air Force were deployed by the CIS Anti-Terror Center.

Around 2,000 military of two countries and almost 400 vehicles and planes participated in the drill.

The Iskander-M missile system was deployed by Russia.

The big group of terrorists intruded into Kyrgyzstan were conventionally destroyed during the drill. The Russian fighter aircrafts, helicopters and artillery bombed the area where the conventional terrorists were located. The Iskander-M missile systems were used to destroy the base of terrorists.

The goal of the drill was achieved, all tasks were fulfilled. The armed forces practiced in joint actions and destruction of terrorists on mountain terrain, Vice Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan Kubanychbek Orozmatov said.

Specialists of the Russian Central Military District and Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan worked together during the drill, National Security Committee Chairman Idris Kadirkulov said. "The goal was achieved as a result of the drill, we obtained the results," he said.

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