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Armenia will start assembling Kalashnikov AK-103 rifles in July with a ten-year license for production, as reported official representative of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation of the Russian Federation Maria Vorobyova.

Zvezda TV reports that the agreement on supply of sets for assembling the AK-103 rifles in phases was signed in Armenia based on the relevant decision of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation.

The AK-103 is the exported version of the AK-74M rifle, which is one of the most common rifles in the world and was the first in the USSR with a small pushing bullet. There are only more than 18,000,000 samples of an AK and AK-74 in the world.

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