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Russia selects 50 regime officers to attend military staff course

Local | 2019-05-14 17:46:14
 Russia selects 50 regime officers to attend military staff course
 (Zaman Al Wasl)- About 50 Syrian regime officers have been taking a military staff course in Russia, a military source told Zaman al-Wasl.

The officers of the ranks of Major, Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel, were chosen scientifically among a large number of regime officers during in 2018, by a team of specialists supervised by officers of the Russian Staff, after passing all the standard and military tests, They were selected by the Russians according to the grades obtained on the tests, in a show of the regime’s negligence of its role in the selection of these officers.

The source revealed that the course will extend for one year, starting from January, pointing out that the officers consist of various military specialties and from various social strata in Syria.

This move may be in line with the vision of the Russian leadership for the future of the regime's army after Assad; especially since Russia became an occupying state or a guardian of the regime after it got its air, naval and land forces for 49 years, renewable for 25 years, at Khmeimim airbase and Tartus naval base, and after it took over gas, oil and phosphate in the central region.

The Higher Military Academy of the regime's army in Damascus stopped in 2012 the training of officers in the Academy in its three faculties: 

Command and General Staff College, Insitute of National Defense, and Higher War College, because of the conditions of war waged by the regime on the people for more than eight years.

Zaman Al Wasl
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