Russian Guard to adopt tanks, artillery and mortars 17:45

The Russian National Guard is gradually adopting heavy equipment. About this regarding acting, Director of the Russian Guard Corps Viktor Zolotov reported TASS.

In his speech at the Federation Council, Zolotov said that the issue of the need for the Russian Guard to have heavy equipment has been raised more than once and progress has been made in this direction.

“We currently have 36 tanks, artillery and mortars are being transported,” he said.

The Russian Guard was created on the basis of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs by the decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin dated April 5, 2016. Weapon smuggling, security activities, SOBR, OMON etc. It included control units in the areas.

Russian Guards on May 14 will be updated Rules on arms trade in new regions after 2026. This was stated by the head of the acting department Viktor Zolotov.

15 April to the State Duma contributed Draft law banning foreigners from buying weapons in Russia.

Previously the State Duma we will evaluate A bill on the simplified transfer of confiscated weapons to the territory of the Northern Military District.

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