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MOSCOW, May 10. /TASS/. Estonia will inform Russian military inspectors of ongoing NATO military exercises in its territory, Sergey Ryzhkov, the head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center, told reporters on Tuesday.
On May 10-13 Russian military inspectors are planning to inspect the Estonian area, picked up for inspection by the Russian side within the framework of the Vienna document of 2011.
"During the event the Russian inspectors will pay visits to training areas and firing ranges, will receive information on combat activities in the designated area and information on deployments of units and detachments of Estonian armed forces in the designated area and also information on the 2016 Spring Storm military exercises scheduled to be held in Estonia between May 2 and 20," Ryzhkov said.