Latvian side considers arms delivery to Armenia (UPDATE)
The details were added (the first version was posted at 6:25 p.m.)
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 11 / Trend, M. Aliyev /
The Latvian side considers the issue of arms delivery to Armenia, the head of the Latvian delegation, Vice-President of the Baltic Assembly Janis Reirs said at a press conference in Baku on Tuesday.
Latvian company "Latspeceksports" is involved in the sale of weapons to Armenia, the second secretary of the Security Problems Office of the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry Elchin Huseynli said at the opening of the international conference "Establishing relations across borders" in Baku on Tuesday. It was organized by the GUAM PA and the Baltic Assembly.
Appealing to the parliamentarians of the Baltic Assembly member-states, Huseynli called on them to investigate this issue.
Reirs said that if the fact of selling weapons is revealed, it will have serious consequences.
He said that arms are sold in Latvia under a license. The Latvian delegation contacted the Defence Ministry of the country. The ministry said that a license was not given to any company to sell weapons to Armenia.