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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has officially accused the Minsk Troika of supplying weapons to the Armenian military during their conflict with the Azerbaijani army over the disputed and unrecognized territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Today, they even launch mini-kamikaze drones, become bolder as they come within range of air defense systems, and will always be preferred for combat in urban environments.
Paris, together with Moscow and Washington, is making efforts to achieve a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh. This was stated on Tuesday by the Minister-Delegate to the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs of France, Frank Riester
In recent months, the conflict between Turkey and Greece has sharply escalated over the disputed gas fields on the Cyprus shelf, which are being developed by Ankara.
NATO's investigation into the heatwave between French and Turkish ships last June was seen as an extremely sensitive issue for public discussion, with neither Paris nor Ankara taking responsibility
With a tweet and a statement from when he was mayor of Istanbul and… young, Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted to the Greek-French alliance for the armaments and loud messages sent to Turkey by the countries of the European South that met in Corsica
The Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to ask the French President Emanuel Macron for the practical support of Paris, who is looking for a "French key" that will be able to "solve" key issues of Greek foreign policy
Everything shows that the situation in the Eastern Mediterranean is entering a critical 15 days, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing the Greek news agency Pentapostagma. Ankara appears determined to continue on the path of accomplishment.
TRM Tactical Mobility Robots will go to Israel and France. Officers from these countries have ordered TRM robots in a configuration with the ability to carry and fire flashbang grenades, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
The French Foreign Minister seems to be accusing Erdogan as he puts pressure on the European Council to impose measures on Turkey, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Greek news agency Pentapostagma.
Negotiations between Greece and France are in progress. As the Pentapostagma has informed you for days, Belharra and Rafale will come as a "package" to Greece, while Paris and Athens are preparing other agreements, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
New information is coming about the twenty-year deal for Greece. A few days ago, the Pentapostagma reported to you on the preliminary agreement between France and Greece for the acquisition of Rafale fighters, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The scenario of a war between two NATO members, Greece and Turkey, described quite recently, is becoming more and more real and tangible. The specific reason for a possible war is the division of the Mediterranean shelf with oil and gas fields.
The Turkish provocative moves in the Eastern Mediterranean, most recently in Lebanon with the transfer of weapons, have not escaped the attention of the French secret services, BulgarianMilitary.com reports citing Pentapostagma.
It has not yet been disclosed how it was possible that the actual missile with a warhead could have been sent as a civil shipment to a civil airport to a private company.
The European concern Airbus announced the first autonomous flight of a prototype of a promising helicopter-type reconnaissance UAV VSR700, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Local Cypriot media reported that two Rafale fighter planes and a C-130 cargo plane belonging to the French Air Force have arrived at Andreas Papandreou air base in Paphos, Cyprus, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
The coronavirus has not yet been completely defeated, but the military-industrial complex is already counting profits and losses, states are making adjustments to plans and making cautious forecasts.
The military-industrial enterprises of Germany and France intend, if possible, to abandon American technologies in the production of military equipment, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing the German edition Welt am Sonntag reports.
India took a significant step in strengthening air power and defence preparedness with the first five Rafale fighter aircraft, built by Dassault, flying out from Merignac airbase in Bordeaux, France to India