Armenia and the USA have signed a military agreement on rendering mutual services, Mikhail Arutyunyan, the Head of the Command Staff and the Senior Deputy Defense Minister of Armenia said at today's briefing. There has been created a legal basis, which will allow both countries to render logistic support to each other during joint actions and military exercises on the terms of mutual compensation, he noted. "The rights and duties stipulated in the agreement are mutual and will allow military forces of the two states to establish allied relations during joint actions and exercises," Arutyunyan mentioned.
In his turn, U.S. General Charles Wald, the Deputy Commander of U.S. Forces in Europe, declared that this agreement was important for military forces of the USA as Armenia and that cooperation between the two states was developing in a stable way.
An intense movement of NATO aircraft was reported at Poland's Rzeszow airfield near the Ukrainian border