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Russia will give Armenia $ 200 million for weapons

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Russia will give Armenia $ 200 million for weapons

Post by Admin on Sat Jun 27, 2015 1:44 am

The Russian Federation intends to provide Armenia with the so-called soft loan of 200 million. Dollars, which will expand the arsenal of the Armed Forces of modern weapons.

It is reported by the press service of the Armenian President after the meeting of Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and the Minister of Transport of Russia, Co-Chair of the Armenian-Russian intergovernmental commission Maxim Sokolov, "Novosti-Armenia".

"The meeting of the Armenian-Russian intergovernmental commission was marked by the signing of an agreement on providing Armenia 200 million. Dollars, which will significantly expand the range of modern weapons in the arsenal of the Armenian Armed Forces," - said in a statement.

As reported, on June 19 in Armenia round the clock runs a protest against the increase in electricity prices.

June 23 at 4:30 am security forces launched an attack on the protesters. At first, the police used water cannons, and then went to the assault, law enforcement officers in uniform.

On the same day, in the evening the protesters decided to withdraw from the Liberty Square to Baghramyan Avenue not far from the presidential residence to continue the sit-in.

It was also reported that the State Commission for Regulation of Public Services of Armenia does not discuss the possibility of reviewing the decision to raise electricity tariffs from 1 August this year, in spite of the mass protests of the population.

Protests have been held in Armenia in five cities.

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