Armenia’s absence at CSTO PA session won’t impact plans on unified air defense system, says Russia
YEREVAN, DECEMBER 6, ARMENPRESS. Armenia’s absence at the CSTO PA meeting won’t impact the decision on creating a unified air defense system, the Russian foreign ministry has claimed.
“Their physical absence doesn’t overall hinder the process of agreeing adoption of collective documents, which in many cases they join,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Pankin told reporters when asked whether Armenia’s refusal to take part in the CSTO PA session will have any impact on the plans to create a unified air defense system.
The 16th plenary session of the CSTO PA Council will take place on December 19 in Moscow.
The Armenian delegation will not participate in the session.