Armenia to continue imports of military hardware

TASS: Russia's Defense Technologies Newswire
August 5, 2019 Monday 3:20 PM GMT
Armenia to continue imports of military hardware
 
YEREVAN August 5
 
 In 2019 through 2020 the Armenian Defense Ministry will continue to import military hardware, especially anti-missile and anti-aircraft systems. This statement was made by Artak Davtyan, head of the General Staff of the country's armed forces. "I wish to emphasize that imports of military hardware will continue based on the agreements we have reached. This applies in the first place to the newest anti-air and anti-missile systems. Such systems will reinforce the fire power of our reconnaissance," the Armenian Armed Forces General Staff head said, without specifying which weapon systems are at issue.
  
YEREVAN, August 5. /TASS/. In 2019 through 2020 the Armenian Defense Ministry will continue to import military hardware, especially anti-missile and anti-aircraft systems. This statement was made by Artak Davtyan, head of the General Staff of the country's armed forces. "I wish to emphasize that imports of military hardware will continue based on the agreements we have reached. This applies in the first place to the newest anti-air and anti-missile systems. Such systems will reinforce the fire power of our reconnaissance," the Armenian Armed Forces General Staff head said, without specifying which weapon systems are at issue.
 
Armenia acquires arms primarily from Russia. Previously, the Republic's Defense Minister David Tonoyan revealed that Armenia had acquired from Russia four Su-30SM aerial fighters, which will be delivered to the country before the end of 2019. .

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