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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    PM Visits RA Ministry of Defense

    Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan visited today the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia.

    The Head of Government first attended a closed exhibition intended for members of the Military-Industrial Commission of the Republic of Armenia to get acquainted with the samples of military equipment and armament, created or developed in Armenia over the past two years.

    After viewing the exhibits, the Premier chaired a meeting of the Military-Industrial Commission at the Ministry of Defense, which discussed the program of research and experimental-design activities in 2018.
    http://www.gov.am/en/news/item/9235/





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    • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
      No and no.
      There's a photo of the MRLS posted on this thread.
      It's something new, so don't go back
      Irrelevent at this point. The question is what do you accomplish with your logic of teasing every other post?

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      • Originally posted by Azad View Post

        Irrelevent at this point. The question is what do you accomplish with your logic of teasing every other post?
        Foreplay? Entertainment, or maybe he's an Azeri mastermind troll who took over sukhoi's account and is now giving us a false sense of pride when all in all it's just a wild goose chase.

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        • Armenian groups and forums...when you post something people will tell you it's wrong because you're going to give the enemy our "secrets". When you don't post it then it's either "trolling" or "teasing"

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          • Go to post #35927 photo #3.

            MRLS visible on the right side of the photo, suicide drone as well.

            SS was taking a look at the displayed Armenian-made weapons during the latest drills in Artsakh.

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            • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
              Go to post #35927 photo #3.

              MRLS visible on the right side of the photo, suicide drone as well.

              SS was taking a look at the displayed Armenian-made weapons during the latest drills in Artsakh.
              Is it still in prototype phase?

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              • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
                Armenian groups and forums...when you post something people will tell you it's wrong because you're going to give the enemy our "secrets". When you don't post it then it's either "trolling" or "teasing"
                If anything is secret, pictures would not be available. Also, viewing the exterior of a system it is not going to give away anything.
                Dime a dozen systems, from all around the world. If it has some advanced guidance with security related communications you can use your logic not the reveal the info.
                Posting info as in we have something that I cannot tell you, but you may find with clues is childish. We are not playing where is Waldo.

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                • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post

                  Is it still in prototype phase?
                  No, it is not. If you watched the video about it they said that it has been tested thoroughly and ready for service. It was used for the first time in a live fire drill after the test phase.

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                  • "Nalbandian: Azerbaijan refused to join OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chair countries’ statement in Vienna

                    “The heads of the delegations of the mediator countries Russia, France and the U.S., the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, issued a statement on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution. Armenia was ready to join them, however, Azerbaijan rejected and, as a result, we did not manage to have a joint statement of Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Co-Chair countries. This situation has continuously repeated during the OSCE Ministerial Councils,” Nalbandian said.

                    The top Armenian official reiterated Armenia’s commitment to the exclusively peaceful settlement of the conflict based on the Co-Chars’ proposals, stating there is no alternative to the peace talks.

                    “It is evident that what has been proposed by the Co-Chairs and supported by Armenia has been rejected by Azerbaijan and this is the main reason that hinders the advancement of the peace process,” the minister highlighted."

                    https://www.panorama.am/en/news/2017...erpart/1878439

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                    • Azerbaijan refused to join OSCE Minsk Group

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRSa5oRcX2U

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