CSTO peacekeepers from three countries left Kazakhstan

Il-76 aircraft took off from & nbsp; Almaty airport. The military from & nbsp; Armenia fly with three sides, and & nbsp; Tajik & nbsp; & mdash; one, since they did not & nbsp; took military equipment to & nbsp; Kazakhstan.

On a plane, together with the & nbsp; military from & nbsp; Tajikistan, a group of & nbsp; 31 cadets of the Military Institute of the Ground Forces of Kazakhstan went home for a vacation. This & nbsp; & nbsp; educational institution housed the headquarters of the CSTO operation.

A little earlier this morning, the units of the Kyrgyz armed forces guarding TPP-2 went home, but & nbsp; not & nbsp; on & nbsp & nbsp; planes under its own power.

In & nbsp; CSTO peacekeeping operation in & nbsp; Kazakhstan, contingents of Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and & nbsp; Tajikistan participated. Peacekeepers were entrusted with the protection of strategically important facilities. It is known that & nbsp; the Armenian contingent guarded the Aksai bread plant and & nbsp; pumping station “ Friendship '', and & nbsp; Tajik peacekeepers & nbsp; & mdash; Alma-Ata CHPP-1.

On & nbsp; Thursday, January 13 & nbsp; it was announced the & nbsp; successful completion of the operation, now the CSTO contingent is being withdrawn from & nbsp; Kazakhstan.

As reported in & nbsp; The Ministry of Defense, Russian peacekeepers, together with & nbsp; law enforcement agencies of Kazakhstan, took full control of the Almaty airport. The & nbsp; composition of the peacekeeping forces of Russia included units of the 45th brigade of the special forces of the Airborne Forces, the 98th division of the Airborne Forces and the & nbsp; 31st separate brigade of the Airborne Forces, all with & nbsp; combat experience. Commander of the Russian Airborne Forces Colonel-General Andrey Serdyukov is in charge of the actions of the CSTO peacekeeping forces in & nbsp; Kazakhstan.



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