Military Exercises Held in Artsakh’s Tigranakert

Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan with Artsakh Armed Forces leaders
Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan with Artsakh Armed Forces leaders

Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan with Artsakh Armed Forces leaders

Various units of the Artsakh Armed Forces on Friday held tactical combat military exercises at a training range in the Tigranagert

Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan attended the exercises and become acquainted with the latest military tactics, as well as the technical capacity of the Armed Forces, including the latest in cameras and surveillance gear.

The president was accompanied by Artsakh Defense Minister Jalal Harutyunyan, who provided a briefing on the current situation on the frontlines.

President Harutyunyan thanked the commanding staff of the Army for organizing the military exercise, stating that the demonstrated results once again prove that the Artsakh Armed Forces are the true deterrents to the aggressive behavior demonstrated by the enemy’s military-political leadership.

The military exercise was also attended by Armenia’s Armed Forces Chief Staff Onik Gasparyan, as well as other officials.

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  1. joe said:

    Why not Diaspora army units? NOW!
    1. It would expand a capable, trained, ready army from all over the world, able to fight in case of war
    2. It would unite the diaspora and Armenia even more. ONE NATION
    3..It would cause the Diaspora to expand investments 10x as their kids are now on the line.
    4 Many would stay after service and further populate and contribute in Armenia itself.

    A WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN

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