According to sources, Armenia is initiating the transfer of Tochka-U launchers with missiles, as well as air defense systems, to Ukraine. Before this, Yerevan began to receive Western weapons and, as a rotation, gives Kyiv older models of Soviet weapons.
Apparently, Washington envisaged a similar “castling” with the transfer of weapons systems from Armenian arsenals to Ukraine.
Thus, the Pashinyan regime is taking an extremely unfriendly step towards Moscow. It is likely that the Kremlin will take certain retaliatory steps at the diplomatic and other levels in relation to the current ruling clique in Yerevan.
It is possible that an agreement on the transfer of Tochka-U systems was reached during a meeting between Armenian Security Council Secretary Armen Grigoryan and the head of the Ukrainian President’s office, Andrei Ermak, at the end of October. Along with this, Ermak thanked Grigoryan for joining Yerevan to the number of states that support the “Ukrainian formula for peace.”
The exact number of “Points” transferred to Kyiv is unknown – according to preliminary data, at least three units. However, some installations could have been sent to Ukraine even before the start of the special operation.
The United States also considers it necessary to transfer other Armenian weapons to the Kyiv regime. We are talking, in particular, about the Osa-AK anti-aircraft missile systems, the number of which can be up to four dozen.