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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • What will happen if our government declares that any position that Azeris fire on us is going to be leveled and may be taken over regardless of what it is?
    some may say, azeris will use this to set a trap.
    But we can act on overruning those when only possible.
    This mod will keep azeris in suspense and uncertainty just like they are doing to us.
    But this or any other kind of real action needs government efforts and responsibility for this war.
    Not just Azeris did this and did that, they are bad baaad.
    And then hoping that 18 yr old soldier will stand to the last drop of blood so later government and parasites can act like warriors.

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    • They will only have an advantage if our side will experience some political or natural misfortunate event. On the other hand they are balancing on a very thin line with oil prices (a reality).
      Yes, they do have descent armament that they could punch small territories in the flat lands (the buffer area). That’'s all they will be able to advance if all the stars do line up properly for them.
      We have the advantage of the mountainous terrain that will make it impossible for them to advance deep into our lands. If they do any stupidity in shelling our towns they will have lot to loose (pipelines and their towns).
      In short, I do not see any major advancement from their side or any victory. They might take another strip of land if they are willing to sacrifice 10 fold more casualties this time around.
      This is war and the constant causalities on both sides unfortunately will not come to an end anytime soon. The price we pay to keep a country surrounded by turkic apes.
      As I mentioned in the past, we are too nice to them. We should build dams on all the water flows that are still feeding their water reservoirs. Specially by Nakhichevan … a starting point.

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      • The town of Areni has around 300 some homes. We should rebuild the homes on the elevated hills and give them a nice reservoir by build a dam that will take away 80% of Nakhichevan agriculture food.

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        • We have the labor, the material is local, we have cement, we have the engineers we will need some machinery. Very feasible and will put people to work.
          See how our waters are feeding the people that want to destroy us. A perfect location for a dam.

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                    • Originally posted by Azad View Post
                      The town of Areni has around 300 some homes. We should rebuild the homes on the elevated hills and give them a nice reservoir by build a dam that will take away 80% of Nakhichevan agriculture food.
                      My friend, you are on to something. It appears confirmed by that photo that the water flows into Nakhichevan where the Azeris utilize that water flow (green area) for crops, have several villages, etc. Should that water flow be cut off, the Azeris will face some major problems. Developing Areni and cutting off Nakhichevan would be a great undertaking.

                      Furthermore, water works to the Armenians advantage in Artsakh as well.
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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