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Alexander Lukashenko, in Moscow, visits National Defense Control Center of Russia

At the end of Eurasian summits In Moscow, Alexander Lukashenko, together with other heads of state visited the National Center for Control of Defense of Russia at the invitation of Vladimir Putin. 

This powerful complex became operational in December. All information flows get here. This allows monitoring the situation in any division of the Russian Armed Forces real-time, in a given hour and even minute. 

Hardware and software systems are able to simulate crisis situations not only around the Russian borders, but also anywhere in the world.

According to experts, the data processing system in the center is three times more powerful than that counterparts in the Pentagon use.

The Presidents visited several departments and heard reports of officers on duty. 

The heads of state were accompanied by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.


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