The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine called provocative the statements about the Ukraine’s sale of multiple launch rocket systems and portable anti-aircraft missile systems to Armenia in 2011.

"The materials on this subject, covered by some Internet media, are of unknown and provocative origin," the FM spokesman Oleksandr Dikusarov told a briefing on Tuesday, commenting on the information about alleged Ukraine’s sales of weapons to Armenia.

He assured that Ukraine strictly observes its international commitments to the UN, the OSCE and operates under the national legislation.

In addition, according to the diplomat, in the context of the Ukraine's future OSCE presidency, official Kyiv has made and will make every effort to strengthen security and stability in the region.

As reported, the Ukrainian Embassy in Azerbaijan denied some media reports about the Ukraine’s sale of multiple launch rocket systems and portable anti-aircraft missile systems to Armenia in 2011.
 
"In connection with the appearance in the Azerbaijani media of the information about the alleged Ukrainian hidden supplies of weapons to Armenia, the Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of Azerbaijan considers necessary to state that the source cited by the specified media, namely, a copy of the letter of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine addressed the head of the Ukrainian state, posted on August 8, 2012 on one of the Ukrainian sites, is a provocative forgery," the embassy statement says.

"According to the embassy, the purpose of this provocation is inflicting harm to the traditionally friendly Ukrainian-Azerbaijani relations, the strategic nature of which for Ukraine's foreign policy remains unchanged and priority," the statement stresses.
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