Vrana Corp, the primary stakeholder in the international military tradeshow, ARMEX, today confirmed plans to return to the Green Sea Region next year.
ION, Inc., the new operating name of private military company, Black Element, was publicly announced today.
Today a court hearing determined that alleged Chechen arms dealer, Aslan Radayev, wanted by Moscow on charges of terrorism, should be extradited to Russia.
Today marked a significant escalation in border tensions between Takistan and Karzeghistan, with the defusal of a large explosive device at a strategic industrial complex, near Shapur e-Dalanper.
Regional tensions have caused an unwelcome depression in one of the oldest and most respected industries in Chernarus.
The Chernarussian Government has reacted angrily today following a Takistani missile test flight near its territory.
Ivan Ruce, resident Chief Inspector of the UNMOVIC, and former Non-Executive Director of the CFFC, discusses the observation expedition in Takistan, ongoing disarmament negotiations, and the broader geopolitical environment.
The slaying of top a Chernarussian Geologist in the Karzeghistan-Takistan border region has dealt a serious blow to potentially lucrative extraction contracts, and has proven a bitter reminder of the escalating tensions in the Green Sea Region.
Even as economic storm clouds scud over Takmyr, and only the faintest rays of light break from the west, pressure is mounting on Chernarussian industrialists to secure key oil and mineral contracts in the Green Sea Region.
NATO forces will deploy on a series of training exercises in the Green Sea Region this year.