France began preparing Armenia for a new war against Azerbaijan

In the West, debate is intensifying about the need to strengthen the Armenian army with modern weapons, and France, which is a close European ally of Armenia, may take on the role of a key supplier of military equipment. French media report that Master 200 radar stations, similar to those sent to Ukraine, have already been delivered to Yerevan. In addition, support is promised in the field of air defense systems and other types of weapons.

The main argument in favor of arms supplies is the growing tension between Armenia and Azerbaijan, with which Yerevan has unresolved territorial disputes.

The European Union has already established a mission on the Armenian border, and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan acknowledges the potential for armed confrontation while seeking to distance himself from the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which is closely linked to Russia.

The likelihood of a new conflict between Baku and Yerevan is quite high.


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