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      • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
        chinovnik clean-up
        But we all know that she worked for some rank inside MOD.
        Its just the old stile, I don’t know anybody, I just did it on my own.
        Nobody will promise and get money without any connection. People giving the bribe are not that dum. More so for multiple case.
        Some brass inside is sitting safe because this woman will not name him, and he will act again thru some new front person.
        Government’s job is to get people convinced and educated that telling to authorities names ofcorrupt officials will not cause repercussions and revenges from sistem later.
        On the contrary, it will reduce their sentences of keep them out of jail.
        Our new justice sistem has to introduce and implement the western culture that “if you are cought, you may have an option of getting out easy if you name figures and cases”. If you become justice’’s withness.
        Of course the sistem has to clean its own conduct and get away from old Soviet or czarist understanding among population that giving names means sending innocent people to deaths or gulags.
        Last edited by Hakob; 06-08-2018, 04:42 PM.

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              • Peacekeeping Brigade engineering personnel improving skills

                8 JUNE, 2018
                The graduation ceremony of the three-week training for Level 1 specialists in detecting and neutralising explosive devices was held at the MOD Peacekeeping Brigade’s Zar Training Centre on 8 June.

                The goal of the training, conducted by US specialists, was to improve the skills of the Brigade’s engineering personnel by using up-to-date equipment when detecting and neutralising explosive devices in the territory of Armenia and when carrying out international missions, as well as to train engineer instructors.

                At the end of the course, the US Armed Forces European Command handed over to the Armenian Ministry of Defence a set of up-to-date technical equipment used during the training.

                The training and the technical assistance are part of a US Armed Forces European Command implemented long-term programme aimed at training specialists for detecting and neutralising explosive devices in Armenia and building sufficient capacity for those purposes.

                http://www.mil.am/en/news/5325







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