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  • Ապրիլյան էսկալացիայի օրերին Ադրբեջանը փորձում էր ներգրավել թիկունքային բանակային ստորաբաժանումները. Վիկտոր Առուստամյան
    04.09.2017

    Անցյալ տարվա ապրիլյան էսկալացիայի օրերին Ադրբեջանը փորձում էր աստիճանաբար մարտական գործողությունների մեջ ներգրավել իր տնօրինության տակ գտնվող թիկունքային բանակային ստորաբաժանումները։ Այս մասին սեպտեմբերի 4-ին «Հակառակորդի ռազմաքաղաքական մարտավարությունն ու մեր գործողությունները» թեմայով գիտաժողովի ժամանակ ասել է Արցախի Հանրապետության Պաշտպանության բանակի օպերատիվ բաժնի պետ գնդապետ Վիկտոր Առուստամյանը։

    Միաժամանակ Առուստամյանը նշել է, որ Ադրբեջանի համազորային ստորաբաժանումները պատրաստ չէին հաջորդած գործողություններին։ «Հաշվի առնելով փաստը, որ այդ պահին մենք ավելի խորը տեսադիտարկման հնարավորություն չունեինք, մենք չկարողացանք կանխել հակառակորդի ուժերի կուտակումները։ Օրինակ՝ ցերեկը հակառակորդը շփման գծից 2 տանկ էր հանել, իսկ հաջորդ երեկոյան համալրել էր ուժերը նոր տանկեր տեղավորելով։ Սակայն մենք չկարողացանք հետեւել եւ պարզել, թե քանի տանկ է ժամանել։ Լսվում էին միայն ձայներ»,– խոստովանեց Արցախի Հանրապետության Պաշտպանության բանակի օպերատիվ բաժնի պետը։

    Միաժամանակ Վիկտոր Առուստամյանը նշեց, որ այս պահին հայկական կողմն արդեն ապահովված է հետախուզության բավարար միջոցներով, ինչպես նաեւ դիտարկման միջոցներով, որոնք կարող են աշխատել օնլայն ռեժիմով՝ ցույց տալով, թե ինչ է տեղի ունենում շփման գծում։

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    • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

      This is silly, the European Union is Armenia's largest trading partner. It is also the largest economic zone near us. The NGOs and Advisors make considerable changes in Armenia. Unless you think stopping domestic violence in Armenia, curbing drunk driving, demining activities, or providing funding for a functioning judiciary are all bad.

      BUT having corrupt monopolies running your electrical infrastructure and selling weapons to your enemies is by a far a better thing to you isn't it?

      What is the goal for Armenia for these anti-Westerners? Even Japan and South Korea have maintained their cultures and heritage but adopted highly dynamic market economies and democratic governments. I don't think conservative Armenians, who are Anti-EU/US and pro-Russia, really have any vision for Armenia. There is no plan. The plan is to stick to Russia and keep things the way they are."
      We need them all selectively in each sector that benefits us. The minute one of them will impose a monopoly, our job is to make it clear it will not work for us. << The part that you and I agree to disagree.
      Agree that the EU has more human right benefits to our society and trade. That should not be tied to our military and defense interest.
      We will flip and change with the tide that will benefit us and our survival and progress.
      When you say “stick to Russia and keep things the way they are” you are contradicting yourself when you mention in the same post “European Union is Armenia’s largest trading partner”.
      Obviously Russia is not an obstacle with EU trade. In short, you are blindly Anti Russian. In my case, I care less as long it benefits our interest, irrelevant of whom they are. A good example, couple post ahead, Armenia is meeting with the Chinese defense industry.

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      • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

        It really is not like that. George Soros a domestic terrorist and then letting all the conservative pieces of sh*t with their financing of Republicans and Donald Trump get away is the whole point of pointing the finger at George Soros. These right wing nuts want to destroy women's, minority, and environmental rights just because they think that the rich white man should keep having his way with the world. George Soros, for better or worse, is actually against all that.
        Soros is the scum of this planet. A modern front of the british honest nest of enslaving people with financial games.

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        • Talking of filthy brits

          "
          UK at centre of secret $3bn Azerbaijani money laundering and lobbying scheme

          Exclusive: Leaked data reveals thousands of covert payments, including to European politicians and journalists

          Azerbaijan’s ruling elite operated a secret $2.9bn (£2.2bn) scheme to pay prominent Europeans, buy luxury goods and launder money through a network of opaque British companies, an investigation by the Guardian reveals.

          Leaked data shows that the Azerbaijani leadership, accused of serial human rights abuses, systemic corruption and rigging elections, made more than 16,000 covert payments from 2012 to 2014.

          Some of this money went to politicians and journalists, as part of an international lobbying operation to deflect criticism of Azerbaijan’s president, Ilham Aliyev, and to promote a positive image of his oil-rich country. There is no suggestion that all the recipients were aware of the original source of the money. It arrived via a disguised route.
          Analysis The Scottish firms that let money flow from Azerbaijan to the UK


          Billions of pounds came through two Glasgow-based companies using obscure structure that let owners hide identities

          Read more

          But the revelations once again highlight the use of the lightly regulated British corporate landscape to move large sums of money around, beyond the purview of regulators and tax authorities. Seven million pounds was spent in Britain on luxury goods and private school fees."

          You can read the rest ... Fresh of the press.

          https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...obbying-scheme
          Last edited by Azad; 09-04-2017, 11:26 AM.

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          • See HyeSocialist ^^^ EU is not the wonderful saints that you think they are. They will buy and sell us in a minute.
            They are 10x more corrupt than Russia. They are just more sophisticated in their games.

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            • ''The UK is the most corrupt country in the world,'' anti-mafia journalists Saviano claims"

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIvkQpiMOLs

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              • Originally posted by Azad View Post
                See HyeSocialist ^^^ EU is not the wonderful saints that you think they are. They will buy and sell us in a minute.
                They are 10x more corrupt than Russia. They are just more sophisticated in their games.
                This is the UK, brother. This is literally the country that thought the EU was too much of a burden on them that they decided to leave. If anything, imagine how much cleaner the EU is now that these British xxxxtards are out of the picture.

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                • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                  If anything, imagine how much cleaner the EU is now that these British xxxxtards are out of the picture.
                  Most of the recipient of the bribes where from almost all the EU countries.
                  Humans are all the same across the world. Don't be fooled with the images they project. Human right my az. In the real world, money talks and they all bend over.

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                  • More on the revealed azeri scandal

                    "The Origin of the Money"

                    https://www.occrp.org/en/azerbaijani...n-of-the-money

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                    • EU transparency

                      "About the UNESCO transparency portal


                      Public access to information is a key component of UNESCO's commitment to transparency and its accountability vis-à-vis stakeholders. UNESCO recognizes that there is a positive correlation between a high level of transparency through information sharing and public participation in UNESCO-supported activities."

                      https://opendata.unesco.org/about


                      "Irina Bokova, born on 12 July 1952 in Sofia (Bulgaria), has been the Director-General of UNESCO since 15 November 2009, and was reelected for a second term in 2013. She is the first woman and the first Eastern European to lead the Organization."

                      http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/...ral/biography/

                      "Kalin Mitrev, husband of ^^^ Irina Bokova, received a total of $576,000 from Azerbaijani Laundromat companies to accounts in Bulgaria and Switzerland. Credit: OCCRP"

                      https://www.occrp.org/en/azerbaijani...luence-machine

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