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MOSCOW, February 17. /TASS/. The Netherlands’ military will conduct an inspection of Russia’s military activity in the Rostov Region, director of the Russian Defense Ministry's department supervising the implementation of international documents Sergey Ryzhkov told journalists on Tuesday.
This is the third inspection since the beginning of February, thus the year quota for such checks has already been exhausted, Ryzhkov said. He noted that Dutch servicemen will carry out their inspection on February 17-20.
"The inspected area chosen by the Dutch side is located in the Rostov Region and occupies around 18,000 square kilometers," he said.
The first inspection was conducted by the Ukrainian military on February 9-12. The inspection didn't register any military activity in the region after inspecting around 15,000 square kilometers.
Turkey’s servicemen will carry out the second inspection of Russian military activity in the Rostov Region and Krasnodar Territory on February 17-19. The Turkish military will inspect an area of around 14,000 square kilometers.