Russia will conduct military training in 2014 in the most eastern part of the country, said First Deputy Defense Minister of Russia Arkady Bakhin Saturday.
East-2014 exercises will involve several branches of the military, Bakhin said on Ekho Moskvy radio.
He did not elaborate on the program or the right time and place for the event.
This year, the largest military training, West-2013, took place in the western Kaliningrad exclave of Russia and neighboring Belarus, Europe's main allies in Russia.
Russian army exercises held around 3,000 in 2013, including about 400 that involves several branches of the military, said Bakhin.
Russia has 29 international military exercises next year, said Bakhin added.
Moscow announced last week that it plans to hold joint exercises with China and Mongolia in 2014, according to RIA Novosti.