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    • India to deliver radars, artillery ammunition to Armenia: media


      December 22, 2017 - 11:46 AMT

      PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia is interested in purchasing India-manufactured radars for battlefield theatre and long-distance artillery ammunition from India, according to Hindustan Times.

      India is reportedly all set to take a big stride in exports of arms and equipment.

      The defence ministry is in the process of tying up with Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Myanmar and Armenia for supply of radars, helicopters and missiles, and tank upgradation by 2018.

      The Armenian defense ministry was not immediately available for comme
      http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/250226/

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      • Armenia to conduct intelligence work at border areas, through photos from space
        13:44, 22.12.2017



        YEREVAN. – The objective for allocating about 300 million drams (approx. $US624,000) to Geokosmos company from the government reserve fund is to expand Armenia’s intelligence capabilities by way of space technology.

        Artsrun Hovhannisyan, spokesperson for the Minister of Defense, on Friday told the aforementioned to Armenian News-NEWS.am, as he commented on the respective government decision on Thursday.

        He stressed, however, that this is a secret project, and therefore he cannot say anything more that what is noted in the government decision.

        “I believe quite a lot of things have been said in the decision,” added Hovhannisyan.

        In this decision, it is noted that its expected result will be the ensuring of conditions for conducting operational intelligence activities over the bordering territories of Armenia and its neighbors, and through photography from space.

        https://news.am/eng/news/427848.html

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        • Armenia may host international training center for peacekeepers
          13:27, 13.12.2017


          YEREVAN. – Armenia may host a training center for peacekeepers that will be created within the framework of bilateral cooperation with U.S.

          The center may get a certificate and the status of an international center, Armenian defense ministry representative Levon Ayvazyan said at a press conference marking the beginning of the NATO week in Armenia.


          The head of the defense department recalled that the first stage of construction was completed this year. There are several stages before completion, including technical equipment. However, next year, it is planned to hold exercises at the center to assess the capabilities of peacekeepers in accordance with NATO training standards.

          “The purpose of the center is to have a national training center for peacekeepers in accordance with international standards, because training is still conducted abroad,” he noted, adding that Armenia is leading in terms of participation in the missions in Afghanistan and Kosovo.
          https://news.am/eng/news/426133.html

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                • Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                  India to deliver radars, artillery ammunition to Armenia
                  Was curious what was a DRDO radar. It will be an excellent acquisition for Armenia.

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIXdSZi3L2w

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