Artsakh President hails role of army building in state policy

Artsakh President hails role of army building in state policy

PanARMENIAN.Net - On December 25, President of the Artsakh Republic Bako Sahakyan attended the

meeting of the defense army’s military council, convoked to sum up the activities of the army in 2012.

In his speech President Sahakyan highly assessed the role of army building in state policy, dwelling on the work carried out in 2012, the achievements and problems existing in this field.

NKR leader further instructed the defense minister and the supreme command staff of the army to continue strengthening of the army, defense potential of the country and ensuring people's security, Central Information Department at NKR President's Office reported.

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