BREAKING: Russia Plans Military Exercises in Caucasus amid US Threats to Wage War on Iran

Russia to launch military exercises in Armenia

Russia has launched large-scale preparations for Kavkaz-2012 military maneuvers, according to Nezavisimaya Gazeta.

The exercises will cover not only the territory of Southern Russia, but also that of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Armenia, with Kavkaz-2012 becoming a major event in 2012.

The plan is currently being drafted, with military preparations to involve development of training tasks in the face of a possible war against Iran, as well as other possible conflicts in the Caspian and South Caucasus region.

It is noteworthy that the maneuvers’ will be aimed at the development of modern military techniques with new automated control systems.

According to Director of the Center of Military Forecasting Anatoly Tsyganok, preparations are already under way amid the escalation of tensions in the Persian Gulf.

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