There is no clarification on the “unidentified object” in the sky observed in a number of countries on June 7. It became known that the Topol rocket was launched from the military base of Astrakhan, Russia. The Armenian ministry of defense neither confirmed, nor refuted. Then someone said it was an Iranian rocket but no official clarification followed.
It turns out that anyone’s rockets can fly in our sky and the military leadership thinks official statements are not needed. If the launch of the rocket was agreed with Armenia, the ministry of defense must inform people to prevent the panic. If it was not agreed, then other questions arise on the competence of our ministry of defense and air defense of Armenia.
A lot of people link the collapse of the Soviet Union with the landing of the German plane on the Red Square. It was understood then that the soviet defense systems on which so much money was spent and which were objects of pride simply were useless, and anyone could cross the defense and land at the heart of Moscow.
The Azerbaijani unmanned aircraft are regularly checking the effectiveness of air defense of Armenia. And when a person sees an unknown object in the sky which has not been hit for whatever reason, they lose confidence, especially in Karabakh where the mysterious object caused a panic. Some people even closed their windows because someone suggested that it could be chemical weapon.
And who knows what it was? Certainly, panic is useless. However, it should not be left unattended. Anything can appear in our sky and people will not even be surprised. Or should something real happen to think seriously? What if the launch of the rocket, if it was a rocket indeed, was not successful, which has often happened with the Russian tryouts?