U.S. Ambassador Discusses Defense Cooperation with Armenia

Armenia's Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan meets with U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Lynne Tracy on July 7
Armenia's Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan meets with U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Lynne Tracy on July 7

Armenia’s Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan meets with U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Lynne Tracy on July 7

Armenia’s Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan on Tuesday met with U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Lynne Tracy to discuss defense cooperation between the two countries.

The two leaders took the opportunity to consider previous joint activities, evaluating the likelihood of pursuing the projects in the face of the coronavirus-related restrictions. They also addressed Armenia’s continuous engagement in international peace and stability maintenance missions and the procedures of rotation under today’s circumstances.

Tonoyan briefed the diplomat on the anti-COVID-19 measures in the military, plus the organization of conscription under conditions of the pandemic.

Ambassador Tracy said she is very happy to meet with the minister to discuss mutually beneficial projects and concerns.

According to a Defense Ministry press statement, the sides also exchanged thoughts over regional security issues along with other mutual interests.

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  1. Bob said:

    Defense cooperation? What is the United States ever going to do to stem Turkish aggression anywhere? (Hint: how about withdrawing U. S. military support, especially of Azerbaijan.)

  2. Barséghian Ardachèce said:

    An essential diplomatic work, multi-directional, so that we can affirm loud and clear that we have in the world only friends in particular this particular historical and political link of very good neighborliness with the Russian people, respectful of sovereignism against the vassalist system of yesteryear, neo-Soviet. Our Nation, the people have paid too much for this pass of Soviet-Turkish amities with heavy imprints and consequences on our country, mentalities, political and social behaviors.

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