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Tanks may be assembled and repaired at Charentsavan Machine Tool Plant. Production of spare parts is also possible, said political expert Sergey Shakaryants in a press conference on Thursday.
"It is not for nothing that President of Russia Vladimir Putin charged signing an agreement on development of military-technical cooperation with Armenia. It is not for nothing that the new head of the Charentsavan Plant is Russian and the plant launched cooperation with Nyzhniy Tagil Industrial Plant engaged in production of tanks. I don't rule out that that tanks will be assembled at Charentsavan Machine Tool Plant," the expert said.
Earlier, Russian President agreed with the Government's suggestion to negotiate with Armenia for signing an agreement on development of the military-technical cooperation. The Russian president charged signing the agreement as soon as the negotiations are completed.