Armenia purchases drones from Russia

Sat 29 Dec 2012 07:39 GMT | 11:39 Local Time

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Russia’s military industry has started to sell drones to the post-Soviet republics.

APA reports that various firms of Russia taken several steps in this direction in 2012. This year, the agreement was reached with the two post-Soviet republics – Armenia and Kazakhstan on sale of drones.

According to the agreement, Russia delivered 4 Ptero-55 drones to Armenia in 2012. These drones produced by the AFM-Service firm are being used by Armenia’s Ministry of Emergency Situations. Russia’s Aerokon firm has also signed an agreement with Armenia on sale of drones.

According to the agreement with Kazakhstan, 4 Irkut drones are planned to sell to this country.




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