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YEREVAN. – The Armenian parliament has ratified the agreement on Armenian-Russian center for humanitarian response with 99 votes for.

The Russian side plans to invest around $40 million into creation of the center to purchase rescue equipment, vehicles and helicopters.

 Russia is deploying the center in Armenia, given proximity to its southern regions and humanitarian obligations to neighboring countries, Deputy Minister of Territorial Administration Vache Terteryan said.

“But having such a center is very important for us, too. This will enable to eliminate consequences of natural disasters not in our country, but to help the neighbors as well,” he said.

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