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Russia is going to establish a joint air defense system with Armenia and two other CSTO allies, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

The draft Armenian-Russian agreement on a joint system in Caucasus has passed the stage of interstate agreement and is prepared for signing, TASS reports.

“I hope the adjustments will be completed this year,” Chief of Russia’s General Staff and First Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Aerospace Forces Lieutenant-General Pavel Kurachenko said.

Similar agreements with Kyrgyzstan and Tajijistan are still in the stage of interagency agreement.

The next meeting of the Air Defense Coordinating Committee adjunct to the CIS member-states Council of Defense Ministers will be held in Russia’s Tver city in April 2016.

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