MoD purchases anti-UAV defense systems for Belarus army

The Belarusian army has been provided with domestically-made anti-unmanned aerial vehicle defense systems, the Ministry of Defense reports.

The systems are designed to prevent unauthorized UAV flights over military facilities and civil infrastructure of special significance.

On May 15-17, the drills will be held to train specialists who will be responsible for the systems’ operation and maintenance.

Upon completion of the training, the proffesionals will start using the equipment for protecting appropriate facilities.

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