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Russia is in favor of continuing joint military exercises with its allies and partners, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday at the opening of the Army-2022 forum, TASS reported.

"As before, we invite our allies and partners to participate in joint command-staff and other types of exercises," he said. Putin noted that practicing complex training and combat tasks is important for improving military skills and the quality of military management, for improving the tactics and coherence of units and formations.

"I am convinced: by developing broad military-technical cooperation, combining our efforts and potentials, we will be able to ensure reliable security and stability of both our countries and the world as a whole," the Russian leader said.

"We highly appreciate the fact that our country has many allies, partners, like-minded people on different continents. These are states that do not buckle before the so-called hegemon. Their leaders display real manly character and do not buckle," Putin said.

He specified that these states choose a sovereign and independent path of development and want to solve global and regional security issues collectively on the basis of international law, mutual responsibility and consideration for each other's interests.

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