Representatives of various nations taking part in the Anatolian
Phoenix-2022 International Search and Rescue Exercises toured sites
where flying missions will be carried out, Azernews reports, per
the Defence Ministry.
The participants were informed about the rules of conduct of the
drill, as well as about security and other organizational issues.
Moreover, practical flights were conducted to familiarize the
pilots with the area, the interaction and radio communications
between helicopters were examined during the flights, the ministry
The Anatolian Phoenix-2022 Flight-Tactical Exercises in Konya,
Turkey, with the participation of pilots and aircraft of the
Azerbaijan Air Force, will last until May 27.
Azerbaijan and Turkey periodically hold joint drills to improve
the military personnel's combat readiness, as well as the
interaction between the troops.
Azerbaijani servicemen will participate in over 30 international
drills and competitions in the 2022 academic year.
The servicemen will join the Eternity - 2022, EFES - 2022,
Indestructible Brotherhood - 2022, Winter Training – 2022,
International Army Games - 2022, and other international training
and competitions, which will have a positive effect on the
improvement of their professional skills, the ministry said.
Moreover, the servicemen are expected to participate in various
international seminars and conferences in 2022 as well.
Meanwhile, Turkish National Defence Minister received a group of
Azerbaijani war veterans in Turkey, Azernews reports citing the
ministry's Twitter account.
'Our task is to further deepen and further develop fraternal
relations between Turkey and Azerbaijan. Thus, we can look to the
future with confidence,' Akar said in the meeting with war
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