Armenia, Russia sign agreement on joint troops of two countries
YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 30, ARMENPRESS. Defense Minister of Armenia Vigen Sargsyan and his Russian counterpart, General of the Army Sergei Shoigu signed the agreement on joint troops of the two countries on November 30, reports TASS.
Earlier on November 14, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin approved and instructed to sign the draft agreement on the joint troops of the two countries in the collective security Caucasian region with Armenia.
As Armenia’s Defense Minister said, the troops will include the 102nd Russian military base deployed in Armenia and Armenia’s armed forces units.
The Russian and Armenian Defense Ministers also signed the 2017 cooperation plan.