Armenia puts in service of Armed Forces UAVs purchased from Russia

Baku – APA. Armenia has put in service of the Armed Forces unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) purchased from Russia.

APA reports that the photos of UAVs purchased from Russia have been posted on the social networks.

The photos show that Armenian Ministry of Defense uses Russia-produced Ptero-E5 UAVs. During the training, the UAVs landed with parachutes.

Ptero UAVs are produced by AFM Servers company in Smolensk. Earlier, Director-General Amir Valiyev noted that they delivered 4 complexes of Ptero-E5 UAVs to Armenia. Though he said these UAVs had been sold to Armenian Ministry of Emergency Situations, the UAVs were demonstrated by the Ministry of Defense.

Ptero-E5 UAVs have been supplied with power engine and can remain in the air for 8 hours.