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MOSCOW, February 23. /TASS/. Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu advised those who are much interested in the position of Russian troops in the country to mind their own business.
"When someone is speaking and saying our troops are at a wrong place on the territory of our country, I want to say that it is up to our supreme commander-in-chief, up to our country to decide. We don’t meddle with your business, so why do you meddle with ours?" Shoigu said on Channel One.
The minister commented on recent inspections conducted by foreign military in Russia. Shoigu stressed that the inspectors should speak out about the results of their inspections.
Three foreign military inspections have been carried out in Russia's southern regions bordering Ukraine since the beginning of the year. The inspections were conducted by Ukrainian, Turkish and Dutch military experts.