Moscow explained Baku that Russian military goods aren't mounted in Karabakh

PanARMENIAN.Net - When in Baku, Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov was told about Azerbaijan's "concerns about possible use of Russian armaments by Armenians," Russian Ambassador to Azerbaijan Vasily Istratov told a news conference in Baku. He said that the Russian armament is under control of Russian servicemen and Azerbaijan doesn't need to worry.



"Besides, in response to Baku's concerns, I affirm that Russian military goods are not mounted in Karabakh," the Ambassador said adding that Russia is not going to build a second army base in Armenia either, Day.az reports.
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