May 14, 2019 14:13
National Guard delegation to study Turkish special-forces training experience
MOSCOW. May 14 (Interfax) - A National Guard delegation led by Viktor Zolotov has arrived in Turkey for learning, among other things, the experience of Turkish special forces, the Guard's spokesman Valery Gribakin told Interfax on Tuesday.
Zolotov will meet with Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu and Gendarmerie Commander Arif Cetin, Gribakin said. "The delegation will familiarize itself with the organizing of the training process at the Turkish Gendarmerie and Coast Guard Academy and visit a special-operations forces brigade to study its experience in training special-forces units of the Turkish republic," Gribakin said.
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