The Belarusian-Russian army exercise Zapad 2017 is not meant to attack anyone. This was stated by Alexander Lukashenko at a meeting with heads of the country's law enforcement agencies and top army officers. It is planned that about 13,000 servicemen from Belarus and Russia, as well as almost 700 units of military equipment will be involved. The law enforcement bodies also actively participate in ensuring national security in economic matters. The area of responsibility includes controlling compliance with the economy drive regime, eradication of embezzlement and other abuses of law. Another topic on the agenda was the safety and rights of minors, prevention of family violence and fight against alcohol abuse.