YEREVAN. – The Azerbaijani side’s replacement of the army divisions on the border with border troops has not affected the situation in any way.
Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia, Artak Davtyan, on Tuesday told the above-said to reporters, at the Central Assembly Station of the Ministry of Defense.
“It hasn’t made a change in the situation; I don’t think it will,” he said. “In the future, we will welcome the approach at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border if we start negotiations and with the issue of determining the border. And the organization of the overall [military] service, as it is commonly said, shall be on the state border.”
Davtyan informed that solely Azerbaijan was replacing its border army divisions with border troops.
“We, in our part, are doing some tasks without announcing,” he added; “there is no need for it.”