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MOSCOW, November 25 (Itar-Tass) —— The top officials of the Russian Defence Ministry have no doubt that the time limits, set by the Russian leaders for the deployment of the Iskander missile complexes in the Kaliningrad Region, will be observed, Lieutenant General Oleg Ostapenko, Commander of the Air and Space Defence Troops, said here on Friday.
“So far as the time limits for the deployment of the Iskander complexes are concerned, they will depend on the date the concrete task will be set. The weapon systems are sure to be deployed within the time limits, set by the leaders of the country, and there should be no doubt about it,” General Ostapenko stressed.