As reported by the Ministry, the complex will enter active service in the near future, and the Belarusian personnel was fully trained for its use in the firing ranges in Russia.
The Defense Ministry also stated that Minsk is implementing measures to increase combat capabilities of the regional forces, including outfitting the army units with modern weapons.
The servicemen are ready to apply their knowledge and skills to ensure the military security of Belarus and the Union States (Russia-Belarus) as a whole, the Ministry reported.
The commander of the Belarusian Air Force and Air Defense, Colonel Andrei Lukyanovich, stated that the S-400 complex is a serious argument for the security of Belarus.
“It is the most modern anti-aircraft missile system today, capable of engaging the full range of air targets – airborne (threats), including those flying on ballistic trajectories, inside a range of up to 400 kilometers,” he stated.
Belarusian President Aleksander Lukashenko announced that the Russian S-400 and Iskander missile systems entered service in December 2022.