ArmInfo. The air defense of the RA Armed Forces destroyed an enemy drone sent to the territory of Armenia yesterday. Radio Liberty was told about this by the Chairman of the Military Industry Committee Artak Davtyan, who these days coordinates the defense work in Syunik.
He recalled that the Azerbaijani Armed Forces have already struck at certain elements of the military infrastructure on the territory of Armenia. "The day before, our air defense systems were operating in Syunik. The enemy tried to send a UAV to the territory of Armenia. The drone was found and destroyed. This closed the issue. This is not the first case. tries to use other techniques to complete his task and not lose technique, "he said.
To clarify what goal the opponents are pursuing in Syunik region, Davtyan stated that the enemy forces are trying to conduct intelligence activities in order to understand how Armenia supports Artsakh during the hostilities, and probably pursues other military goals as well. He also reiterated that the enemy is also trying to strike at military targets.
Speaking about the situation on the Armenian-Iranian border, he noted that the situation is normal, life on the border goes on in a natural course. "I was there today. There are no significant changes, trade continues, work continues in a regular and calm regime. There are no problems, and I think there will be no problems. I would like to express my gratitude to Iran for a balanced position and understanding," he said. Davtyan once again stressed that the purpose of his activities in Syunik is to assist community structures in preparing the population for possible encroachments of the enemy.
He also noted that the actions of the Azerbaijani side in many issues are surprising, including the refusal to evacuate the bodies of their soldiers from the battlefield. "It can be seen that political goals prevail over the natural needs of the population - to bury their fallen warrior as it should be by tradition, and not to leave him to rot in the field," concluded Davtyan.