MINSK, 25 July (BelTA) – PMC Wagner fighters and Belarus’ internal troops have begun joint training, Deputy Commander of the Internal Troops Sergei Grebennikov said, BelTA has learned.
Sergei Grebennikov recalled the meeting of Belarus’ interior minister with PMC Wagner representatives on 24 July where the parties discussed joint training. “Tactical and special tactical training with PMC Wagner is already underway in the internal troops. PMC Wagner fighters gladly share their combat experience in various fields: the use of UAVs, sniper weapons, electronic warfare equipment,” he said.
According to Sergei Grebennikov, PMC Wagner fighters are disciplined and motivated. “They are ready to share their experience with our special forces. And we are jointly working on the training of our fighters,” he added.