ISRAELI RIFLES DO NOT GUARANTEE DECISIVE ADVANTAGE TO AZERBAIJAN - RUSSIAN EXPERT
- YEREVAN. - The Israeli Tavor guns are good arms, Russian expert Ruslan Pukhov told Armenian News-NEWS.am. According to him, the Russian made Kalashnikovs are rather old models.
"Tavor rifles are modern arms. However, it must be understood that buying Israeli arms will not guarantee decisive advantage to Azerbaijan in a confrontation with Armenia. Guns do not fight, people fight, and people are better in Armenia. The warrior spirit is not less important and the operation of Shushi already has made history. Here the complex of factors is important," the expert said.
As Armenian News-NEWS.am reported earlier, Azerbaijan intends to replace Kalashnikovs with Israeli made Tavors.
- 3YEREVAN. - The Israeli Tavor guns are good arms, Russian expert Ruslan Pukhov told Armenian News-NEWS.am. According to him, the Russian made Kalashnikovs are rather old models. "Tavor rifles are modern ...
NORMALIZATION OF ARMENIAN-TURKISH RELATIONS WILL POSITIVELY IMPACT REGION - US ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE
- 1861 Birth of the Norwegian Friedhof Nansen (public figure). He died in 1930 after helping countless Armenian refugees, who had survived the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Turks. He created the "Nansen Passport" for these stateless refugees.
- 1911 Death of Petros Simonian, national figure, publicist in Tbilisi and editor of the "Meghoo Hayastanee" periodical.
- 1918 The first Armenian delegation arrived in Constantinople to start reconciliation talks with Turkey.
- 1935 Opening of the State Historical Museum of Armenia in Yerevan.
- 1954 Death of Smbat Boroyan, participant in the 1921 February rebellion and the volunteer movement of the Sassoon rebellion of 1904. He was born in 1882.
- 2001 Death of Sargis Baghdasarian, sculptor, artist and teacher. His "We are our mountains" - "Gharabaghthsiner" sculpture (1967) became a symbol of the national movement of Artsakh. He was born in 1923.