YEREVAN — On March 31, the defense attachés of the EU and NATO member states accredited in the Republic of Armenia visited the airbase N of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia.

The commander of the airbase, Air force Colonel Samvel Tavadyan presented the daily activities of the military unit to the foreign guests and gave answers to the questions they were interested in.

Afterwards, the defense attachés visited the facilities in the military unit and were introduced to the aviation equipment.

The visiting personnel were most interested in SU 30-SM aircrafts. Expressing gratitude for the reception, the defense attachés noted that during the visit they were once again convinced that all 4 SU-30SM aircrafts were in the home base, and the information spread in the Azerbaijani and Turkish press, that the aircrafts were taking part in the hostilities in Ukraine, did not correspond to reality.

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  1. Were these EU and NATO military visitors asked why they support two countries, Azerbaijan and Turkey, who are among the world’s greatest friends of international terrorists?

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