An international military inspection, led by Major Didier of the French armed forces, began its work on the Baltic fleet today. As a Rosbalt correspondent was informed by the fleet's press office, the group of inspectors will make a full inspection of the harboured section of the Baltic fleet over two days as part of the Vienna agreement on trust and security in Europe which was signed in 1999.
In 2002 foreign specialists made five inspections of military bases in the Kaliningrad Region in line with international agreements. The results of these inspections revealed that Russia's Baltic fleet was fulfilling all of its obligations.
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