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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    • Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
      [h=1]The US has started ‘its own game’ within the Minsk Group, Russian expert. The comments come in the wake of statements by interim Co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk Group Richard Hoagland.
      Enough being slaves to these scums. Specially this Holligan that is a notorious Armenian Genocide denier. Armenia should keep throw a wrench and delay this garbage of a zoo. Who is at the table talking of Western Armenia? Syria's golan heights? Palestine? Enough being submissive. Ignore and delay.

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      • PRESIDENT ATTENDS SOLEMN GRADUATION CEREMONY OF GRADUATES OF MILITARY-EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE OF THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA

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          • Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
            The US has started ‘its own game’ within the Minsk Group, Russian expert says.

            16:39, 24 Aug 2017






            “The US fears Russia and France could offer their own interim agreement to the parties of the Karabakh conflict,” says Stanislav Tarasov, head of the Middle East-Caucasus think-tank.
            The expert says he has an impression the US has started ‘its own game’ within the Minsk Group.
            The comments come in the wake of statements by interim Co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk Group Richard Hoagland publicized the six points of settlement of the Karabakh conflict.
            “They had been sticking to agreed principles until now. Because of some reasons we still don’t know about the US is changing its policy,” Tarasov said in an interview with Public Radio of Armenia.
            According to him, “they probably fear that Moscow could reach agreement with Yerevan, Baku and Stepanakert and find some settlement to the Karabakh conflict.”
            “There is an opinion among the analytical circles in Moscow that Nagorno Karabakh could be transferred to the CIS or EEU zone, but not as part of either Armenia or Azerbaijan. Instead a special control zone will be introduced for 50 years,” he said.
            According to the expert, the scenario will help ensure that Armenia and Azerbaijan have no complexes of having lost their ground in the conflict.
            “Americans fear that they can be fully ousted from the region, that’s why they’re trying to play some role through Armenia or Azerbaijan, Let’s see how events develop,” he said.
            Stanislav Tarasov considers an interim settlement will not bring peace to the region.
            https://www.armradio.am/en/2017/08/24/the-us-has-started-its-own-game-within-the-minsk-group-russian-expert-says/

            So, Armenians died defending and liberating their homeland only to surrender it to Russia? What exactly is the "CIS" and the "EEU?" I think it's time to recognize Karabakh as an independent state. The Russians want to absorb the entire caucasus into their own country. They need to be stopped.

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            • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

              So, Armenians died defending and liberating their homeland only to surrender it to Russia? What exactly is the "CIS" and the "EEU?" I think it's time to recognize Karabakh as an independent state. The Russians want to absorb the entire caucasus into their own country. They need to be stopped.
              remember, the current situation is a temporary one, not long standing. the russians will come back to claim the south caucus again, eventually. I predict it will happen within the coming 50 years. Look back at armenian history and it will all be clear. Nothing has changed.

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              • Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post

                remember, the current situation is a temporary one, not long standing. the russians will come back to claim the south caucus again, eventually. I predict it will happen within the coming 50 years. Look back at armenian history and it will all be clear. Nothing has changed.
                What will happen in 50 years? That Armenia will be part of Russia?

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                • We need to just jump the gun. Armenia recognizing not Karabakh but joining Karabagh to the Republic of Armenia just how Russia did with Crimea. Set up a referendum and just do it. Enough already playing these childish games. All NK wear Armenia insignia. No such thing as NK flag but one flag and one anthem. We don't need to play games that we are helping the Karabagh people. It's absolutely bs. They're Armenians. That's all that matters. And if Azerbaijan want a war , promise them total destruction.

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