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"We are very glad that Ukrainian partners could be here and take part, and they have done a very good job as members of our team," Longo added.
At the end of the two weeks of drills "we will have learned to work for a common goal - to stand shoulder to shoulder no matter what kind of crisis we face," Longo said.