SOVIET-MONGOLIAN COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF MILITARY HYDROMETEOROLOGY IN THE 1930S. (A LITTLE-KNOWN PAGE OF RUSSIAN AND MONGOLIAN FRIENDSHIP STORY)
Priamitzyn V. N.
Russia and Mongolia are connected by good neighborly relations. Throughout the twentieth century, political, economic, and military partnerships developed intensively between the two states. One of the areas of cooperation of neighboring countries is cooperation in the field of hydrometeorology, which originated in the 1930s. This article is devoted to relevant, but at the same time little-known aspects of the interaction of the USSR and Mongolia – the creation of the Mongolian national hydrometeorological service and the hydrometeorological support of the Red Army’s fighting in the conflict on the Khalkhin-Gol River.