Source Pravda.Ru

Strela Air-Defence System Found on Russian-Georgian Border

The Nazran frontier detachment protecting a sector of the Russian-Georgian border have found a cache with a Strela portable air-defence missile system.

The cache was found on the bank of the Armkha River, the press service of the Russian Frontier Service's North Caucasian department reported to RIA Novosti.

The press service recalled that last year Russian frontier guards had found several caches that also contained air-defence systems along with other weapons.

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