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Armenia participating in NATO's Building Integrity summit

Armenia participating in NATO's Building Integrity summit

PanARMENIAN.Net - An Armenian defense ministry delegation is participating in a NATO summit dedicated to the bloc's Building Integrity (BI) Programme.

The Armenian delegation is led by first deputy minister Artak Zakaryan.

During the Washington-hosted summit, Zakaryan delivered remarks, weighing in on the reforms currently underway in the Armenian armed forces, as well as the upcoming projects.

Armenian servicemen did not attend NATO's Agile Spirit multinational teachings, which started on September 3 at the Orpolo test site in Georgia.

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