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MOSCOW, February 25. /TASS/. Military aerodromes and runways in the Amur region, Voronezh, North Ossetia and Saratov region will be reconstructed within next two years, Commander-in-Chief of the Aerospace Forces Colonel-General Viktor Bondarev told reporters on Saturday.
"This year, we are doing design and development works at the Ukrainka aerodrome (the Amur region), and next year repairing of the runway will begin there," he said. "We continue repairing of the aerodromes Step (Transbaikalia), Mozdok (North Ossetia), Baltimor (Voronezh), and the second stage of reconstruction continues in Engels (airbase near Saratov)," he said.
Reconstruction of all those airports should be completed within 2018-2019, he added.