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TALLINN, May 15. /TASS/. Russia could invite NATO observers to its military trainings in oder to lower tensions between the two sides, the US Army Europe commander Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges told TASS Sunday.
"We have invited Russian soldiers to come observe our trainings. It would lower their anxiety of what we're doing. And I think Russia could help if they do the same thing," he said, adding that "that would be a good step right there to reduce tension."
Earlier in May Russian military inspectors visited training areas and grounds in Estonia as part of an inspection of Spring Storm 2016 NATO trainings by the Russian side.