“POSSIBLE IMPACT OF US SANCTIONS ON ARMENIA FOR ENGAGING IN MILITARY DEALS WITH RUSSIA”
February 14, 12:00

The US Embassy in Yerevan does not deny that in case of engaging in "significant deals" with Russian military industry complex companies, Armenia or any other country may be targeted by the new sanctions. 

Such risks are also seen by the Armenian government as Russia is the main arms supplier to the Armenian army.

However, experts have a different opinion. “Such sanctions have no high risks for Armenia”, they mentioned at the discussion on "Possible Impact of US Sanctions on Armenia for Engaging in Military Deals with Russia’ hosted by Media Center on February 14.

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