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MOSCOW, December 15. /TASS/. In line with the 2011 Vienna Document on measures to build trust and security, a group of Russian inspectors will visit Slovenia for assessment of a base of the Slovene Armed Forces, Sergei Ryzhkov, the director of the National Center for Reducing the Nuclear Risks told TASS.
The one-day visit takes place on December 15.
Assessment trips of this kind pursue the goal of verifying the data on the strength of armed units and the plans to deploy the major armament systems and technologies.
In the course of the trip, the inspectors will be taken to the facility in question and will get a briefing with the Slovene commanders on the manpower and basic weaponry systems stationed there.