MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
A cooperation agreement was signed between the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and the Federation of Army Tactical Shooting at the multifunctional firing center of the Patriot Park.
The subject of the Agreement was the interaction of the Parties on the development of army tactical shooting and the military-applied sport “Army tactical-shooting all-around” in the RF Armed Forces, in order to effectively jointly use the resources available to the parties.
On behalf of the Ministry of Defense, the Agreement was signed by the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant General Yu-B.B. Evkurov, from the Federation of Army Tactical Shooting – Secretary General of the Federation D.V. Nesterov.
“Today we are completing the next stage of the implementation of the decision of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation to improve the fire training of military personnel – we are concluding an agreement on interaction and cooperation with the Federation of Army Tactical Shooting. The signing of this agreement with the Federation will allow us to continue our joint fruitful work to work out new ways of developing firepower training for servicemen and strengthening the defense capability of our Motherland, ”said Lieutenant General Yu-B.B. Evkurov.
Within the framework of the signed Agreement, the Parties agreed on interaction in the following areas:
The Federation of Army Tactical Shooting was created in 2020 in accordance with the decision of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation in order to improve the tactical and fire training of military personnel, to improve methods of fire training and the development of army tactical shooting, as well as to develop, popularize, propagate, strengthen positions and increase prestige army tactical shooting on the territory of the Russian Federation, aimed at expanding the role of physical culture and sports, as well as at the comprehensive and harmonious development of the individual.
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