Russia’s leader of staff pays visit to forces in Ukraine
(MENAFN) Russia's Chief of General Staff went to the nation’s forces in Ukraine amid the current military operation, the ministry claimed.
“Army General Valery Gerasimov listened [to reports from] the commanders on the use of troops in the course of carrying out the tasks of a special military operation, as well as from other officials on issues related to combat support of the actions of Russian units in various areas,” as read by the declarations.
The army general worked along with senior commanding officers at command posts of the Russian military units, giving “special attention to the use of automated combat control systems during combat operations,” the ministry announced, without offering any extra information.
The statement was a week following the Russian military announced the troops are part of in the current war were visited by Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu.
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