RIA Novosti, Russia Jan 9, 2006 YEREVAN, January 9 (RIA Novosti, Gamlet Matevosyan) - The Armenian government plans to allocate $111,000 on measures to prevent bird flu from entering the country. "Vehicles passing through border crossings are being disinfected," Grisha Bagyan, Armenia's chief veterinarian, said Monday. Bagyan said $51,000 had been spent to procure medicines. Armenia, a former Soviet republic in the Caucasus, borders on Turkey whose 12 regions have been hit by the bird flu outbreak. Twelve human cases have been confirmed there as of today. Three children died of the virus in eastern Turkey Sunday.