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A Russian automated infantry unit touched base in Pakistan on Friday for the main military activity between the two Cold War rivals, with reports proposing part of the high elevation drill would be led in domain asserted by India. Lt Gen Asim Bajwa, leader of the Pakistani military's media arm, tweeted photographs of the Russian troops after they flew into an airbase in Rawalpindi, squelching hypothesis that Moscow would cancel the wargame in the wake of the dread assault on an Indian Army camp in Uri . "An unexpected of Russian ground strengths touched base in Pakistan for first ever Pak-Russian joint activity (two weeks) from September 24 to October 10," Bajwa said. The Russian unexpected was warmly invited by senior Pakistan Army authorities before it exited for the preparation venue. Around 200 officers from every side will join the two-week exercise "Druzhba 2016" (Friendship 2016), which is required to concentrate on high-height fighting. Russia's state-run Tass news organization gave an account of Friday the activity's opening service would be held at the "Pakistan Army's High Altitude School in Rattu, Gilgit-Baltistan" on Saturday. An announcement issued late on Friday night by the Russian government office in New Delhi, notwithstanding, said the "main venue of the activity is Cherat" in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa territory. The announcement said the drill won't be held in Pakistan-involved Kashmir or any "delicate or tricky" zones like Gilgit-Baltistan.

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