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MOSCOW, September 20. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s Defence Ministry opened official pages in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on the Youtube video hosting, where it will inform about major events at Russia’s Armed Forces, including training, drills of various levels, cultural events in the Army and Navy.
“First video reports and news will be devoted to the biggest ever Vostok-2014 strategic drill in the Far East,” the ministry’s press service said on Saturday.
On Istagram the ministry “plans to publish catching interesting pictures,” and exclusive videos will be published on Youtube, the press service said. The official pages are open for comments, and first of all for suggestions on further development of the pages.