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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Armenian agricultural products of higher quality than Azerbaijani ones, Azerbaijani economist says

      Azerbaijan imports agricultural products from Artsakh and Armenia through the territory of Georgia, Azerbaijani economist Vahida Maherramova announced, Panorama.am reports, citing Rusarminfo.
      As the source notes, he assured that the majority of the potatoes imported by Azerbaijan from Georgia are Armenian.
      “The agriculture market of Georgia imports not only potatoes from Armenia, but also livestock, fruit, especially apricots,” the economist said.
      The Azerbaijani economist noted that in 2016 the farms engaged in animal husbandry in Nagorno-Karabakh exported 700 thousand heads of cattle to Georgia, some part of which later appeared in Azerbaijan under the Georgian name.
      According to the source, the economist noted that unlike the Azerbaijani agricultural products, the Armenian products are of higher quality and organic.
      “In case a peace agreement is reached, Azerbaijan can buy quality products at lower costs, instead of importing them via Georgia,” the source notes.

      http://www.panorama.am/en/news/2017/...8-zbg.facebook

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        Originally posted by Hakob View Post
        You have to make sure your trenches are protective enough
        With basic protection that does not need batteries or major expenses.
        Something like this attached should be supplied to all observation trenches.
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        They can still build their sandbags and dirt all around the unit.
        Price to replace the bullet proof glass around $20

        http://www.alibaba.com/trade/search?...et+proof+glass


        This model is even better and cheaper to make. Modular depends of the size of the observation, they can use one, two or as many hinged panels they want. Easy to build, ship and install. The sand bags on the front will keep the unit in place.
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          Originally posted by Azad View Post
          With basic protection that does not need batteries or major expenses.
          Something like this attached should be supplied to all observation trenches.
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          They can still build their sandbags and dirt all around the unit.
          Price to replace the bullet proof glass around $20

          http://www.alibaba.com/trade/search?...et+proof+glass


          This model is even better and cheaper to make. Modular depends of the size of the observation, they can use one, two or as many hinged panels they want. Easy to build, ship and install. The sand bags on the front will keep the unit in place.
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          Those that you show are good and must be done. But I think they can still be combined with the go pro camera idea. The observation panel is stationary and known. But the cameras barely popping up along the line at random make observation even better. Anyway, there may be many other very good and cheap ideas that will do the job.
          But those trench observation holes and slots with empty cans lining up around are WWII era ancient and very dangerous methods. Nowadays sniper weapons are tack drivers and can even shoot thru a credit card sized hole from 3-400 meters distances.
          By the way it is very easy and cheap to laminate layers of 2-3 mm glass and make a bullet proof panel. I have worked in a company using those and seen that it's not high tech and was done in a small shop. The film used in between glass is readily available everywhere and all you need is a vacuum oven with precise controlled temperature.

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            ?????!!!!!!!!! money seems to be something scarce in Baku these days.

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              Originally posted by armnuke View Post
              The Azerbaijani economist noted that in 2016 the farms engaged in animal husbandry in Nagorno-Karabakh exported 700 thousand heads of cattle to Georgia, some part of which later appeared in Azerbaijan under the Georgian name[/url]
              Theese numbers are BS!
              There is no such capacities in NKR nowdays.... unfortunately.

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                Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                ?????!!!!!!!!! money seems to be something scarce in Baku these days.
                This must have posted in joke section...

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                  Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
                  Theese numbers are BS!
                  There is no such capacities in NKR nowdays.... unfortunately.
                  One day, it will become true. The amount of land and resources in Armenia can feed us, the diaspora, and have so much more to export.

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                    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                    ?????!!!!!!!!! money seems to be something scarce in Baku these days.
                    This guy defected to Azerbaijan right? I don't trust him, but he could redeem himself only by returning to Armenia and fully disclosing his activities and contacts. He then could be spared his life or jail.
                    But again, I will never trust anybody that has taken turkish nipple in his mouth.
                    Taking this guys words, which have been the absolute truth anyway, shouldn't we look closer to LTP's character and conduct?
                    He seems too Azeri influenced about territorial concessions. Maybe even worse?
                    This issues about relation between us and Turks come from deep centuries and are laden with sad lessons for us.
                    Not even a foot of land should be given them. They will next stab us from that foothold.

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                      School graduation celebration at Monte Melkonian Military and Sports College of RA Ministry of Defense






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