France agrees on future contracts with Armenia to deliver military aid
France has agreed on future contracts with Armenia to supply it with military equipment to help ensure its defences, Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said on Tuesday during a visit to Yerevan. It was the first trip to Armenia by a Western government minister since Azerbaijani forces captured Nagorno-Karabakh, a separatist ethnic Armenian region within Azerbaijan, in a lightning military operation on Sept. 20.
Karabakh. France gives approval to deliver military equipment to Armenia
“France has given its approval to the conclusion of future contracts with Armenia that will allow the delivery of military equipment to Armenia so that it can guarantee its defense,” Colonna emphasized during a press conference in the Armenian capital. Colonna did not specify what equipment will be involved, but guaranteed that Paris will act “in this area with a spirit of responsibility on both sides and without any spirit of escalation”. The F…
Conflict with Azerbaijan: France has “given its agreement” for the delivery of military equipment to Armenia
The Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs announced that future contracts will allow Armenia to receive military equipment to “ensure its defense.”
France to deliver military equipment to Armenia: Azerbaijan 'has not stopped arming itself to take action'
French diplomatic chief Catherine Colonna, visiting Yerevan, said on Tuesday that Paris had “agreed” to supply military equipment to Armenia, which wants to protect itself from neighboring Azerbaijan.
- 43% of the sources are Center
To view factuality data please Upgrade to Premium
To view ownership data please Upgrade to Vantage