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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      • Azerbaijani 152mm DANA SPH and 122mm RM-70 MRLS shown for the first time.





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        • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
          Azerbaijani 152mm DANA SPH and 122mm RM-70 MRLS shown for the first time.





          Confirming the Russian assertion that if Russia doesn't sell the weapons to Azerbaijan, it still has a ton of money and can just purchase all its arms from other sources, including from EU members like the Czech Republic apparently, not to mention the Israeli arms bonanza. DANA = Akatsiya, RM-70 = Grad. Hope this helps knee jerk Armenians always riled up from Russian arms sales to Azerbaijan to think more rationality.
          Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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          • Originally posted by Federate View Post

            Confirming the Russian assertion that if Russia doesn't sell the weapons to Azerbaijan, it still has a ton of money and can just purchase all its arms from other sources, including from EU members like the Czech Republic apparently, not to mention the Israeli arms bonanza. DANA = Akatsiya, RM-70 = Grad. Hope this helps knee jerk Armenians always riled up from Russian arms sales to Azerbaijan to think more rationality.
            Czech and Israel are not callling themselfs as our allies and strategic partners. They don't have mutual defence pact with us and are not in the same economic block.
            Czeck are in EU, right? They don't sell arms to their EU partner's enemies do they? That is the big and a world of difference. If we and especially Russians can't see it or distinguish it, then our alliance with Russians is zero, just self illusion.
            If Russia would really behave like an ally to her partners and not as a money and political wh or e, then let Azerbaijan buy even from US, or given free weapons by Israel, Russia had to balance it in protection to her strategic partner, Armenia. Not to arm Azerbaijan to 10:1 ratio to us.
            We and Azerbaijan are not on the same level on official partnership with Russia remember. We are partners and allies, azeris are only partners.

            P.S. Actually EU countries or US or South Korea who produce 70% of worlds arms show more restrains selling to Azerbaijan then our strategic ally Russia.

            there is a good saying "with this kind of a friend, who needs an enemy".
            Last edited by Hakob; 09-18-2017, 07:23 AM.

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            • Originally posted by Federate View Post
              Hope this helps knee jerk Armenians always riled up from Russian arms sales to Azerbaijan to think more rationality.
              Oh sure, we should line up to kiss the Russian booths and thank god for every weapon our "brother" sells to our enemy.
              Actually thank Russia for death that they sell to azeris.
              Should we forget that every death of our young boys = bundle of $ in Ivan's pocket ?
              Do we have to agree to call it business?
              What kind of partnership do we have?

              But it is also becoming evident in past 5 years that nobody has promised Artsakh to Azerbaijan for close relations, exept Lavrov with his plan.
              I am beginning to think that if turkey paid the price of Armenia, then Russia may sell us too. Has done before and why not for the one who sells our security to baku?
              Last edited by Hakob; 09-18-2017, 07:47 AM.

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              • At the rate these idiots purchase new arms with the hopes they will accomplish something new and improved, they should consider leasing their equipments.
                The question, not having cammo cause they are too new or planning to use them in snowy conditions?

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                • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
                  Azerbaijani 152mm DANA SPH and 122mm RM-70 MRLS shown for the first time.
                  Out of curiosity where did you get these pictures?

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                  • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                    Out of curiosity where did you get these pictures?
                    http://razm.info/111710

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                    • Intersting ... Most websites and social medias do delete the Metadata embedded in pictures including most of the ones I tried from razm. I see that those images are still keeping the data.
                      I hope our people do know there is lots of resources in pictures as in time created, if software is used, camera used and if lucking gps coordinates. The last picture the right half is photoshopped with a 2015 windows version, created on 9/12/17, 8:39:24 AM, photographed using NIKON D5100.

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