Monday, March 4, 2024

Azerbaijan’s army receives more Khrizantema-S anti-tank missile systems

The Azerbaijani Army has received a new batch of Khrizantema-S anti-tank missile systems from the Russian Federation, informed on June 24.

A large batch of Khrizantema-S anti-tank missile systems arrived at the port of Baku and will be sent to the frontline zone in the near future.

These weapons will strengthen the combat and maneuver capabilities of the forward-based units of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan and will help to defeat armored vehicles, engineering and fortification structures, low-speed air targets, military personnel and other military facilities of the enemy, said the MoD of Azerbaijan.


The delivery of Russian military equipment and weapons to Azerbaijan will be continued.

At the same time, Alexander Mikheev, Director General of JSC Rosoboronexport, was among the first who send a congratulatory letter to the Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan, Colonel General Zakir Hasanov regarding the Azerbaijan Armed Forces Day that is celebrated on June 26 every year.

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