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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Deadly day for us...

    Շրջվել է զինվորականների մեքենան. կան վիրավորներ և մեկ զոհ

    Posted on Սեպտեմբեր 25, 2012 by Zaruhi | Մեկնաբանել

    Ինչպես տեղեկացնում են պաշտպանության նախարարությունից, սեպտեմբերի 24-ին՝ ժամը 16:30-ի սահմաններում, Արագածոտնի մարզի Արուճ-Նոր Ամանոս ավտոճանապարհի 4-րդ կիլոմետրի հատվածում ՀՀ ՊՆ N զորամասին պատկանող ԳԱԶ 33081 մակնիշի ՊՆ զինհամարանիշի ավտոմեքենան դուրս է եկել ճանապարհի երթևեկելի մասից և շրջվել, ինչի հետևանքով ավտոմեքենայում գտնվող 10 զինծառայողներից 9-ը ստացել են տարբեր աստիճանի մարմնական վնասվածքներ և տեղափոխվել Արմենիա բժշկական կենտրոն, իսկ այնտեղից՝ ՀՀ ՊՆ ԿԿԶՀ:
    Շարքային Գոռ Գնելի Գալստյանը, գիտակցության չգալով, այսօր ժամը 00:20-ին Արմենիա ԲԿ-ում մահացել է:
    Շարքայիններ՝ Վահե Հարությունի Խաչերյանի, Արգիշտի Արմենի Շահվելյանի, Գեղամ Արտակի Սահակյանի, Հայկ Անդրանիկի Բերտիզլյանի, սերժանտ Նարեկ Հայկի Ղևոնդյանի, կրտսեր սերժանտ Նարեկ Սամվելի Հովակիմյանի և ավագ լեյտենանտ Արսեն Գագիկի Երիցյանի վիճակը բավարար է:
    Շարքային Հարություն Գրիգորի Կիրակոսյանը գտնվում է ծայրահեղ ծանր վիճակում:
    Փաստի առթիվ ՀՀ ՊՆ ՔԾ չորրորդ կայազորային քննչական բաժնում ՀՀ քր. օր-ի 377 հոդ. 2-րդ մասով /մեքենաներ վարելու կամ շահագործելու կանոնները խախտելը, որն անզգուշությամբ առաջացրել է մարդու մահ/ հարուցվել է քրեական գործ և կատարվում է նախաքննություն:

    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

      Guys I'm not following what does this mean 10 points 30 points?? The only thing I followed was that there is going to be another Russian base, about time. But what is this points?

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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

        ZATULIN PROMISES PUTIN WILL UNDOUBTEDLY VISIT ARMENIA TILL THE END OF THE CURRENT YEAR

        arminfo
        Sunday, September 23, 12:17

        The delay of Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to
        Armenia is conditioned by the wish of Moscow not to poison the
        Armenian-Azerbaijani relations even more especially in the context
        of the situation on extradition and pardoning of Ramil Safarov, which
        killed an Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan in 2004, director of the
        CIS Institute, Konstantin Zatulin, told Arminfo correspondent.

        "I know for sure that the Azerbaijani party was worrying about Putin's
        possible participation in the CSTO CRRF exercise held in Armenia on
        15-19 September. I don't know for sure but I guess that for this reason
        Putin delayed his visit, so that to calm down the tension between the
        two countries after Safarov's pardoning", - he said. He also added
        that just for this reason the reaction of Moscow on extradition and
        pardoning of Safarov was rather low-profile. "By its sharp statements
        the leadership of Russia did not want to worsen the created situation
        even more. However, I don't fully agree to such position of Moscow",
        - Zatulin said. Nevertheless, he added that the created situation
        will not affect the Armenian-Russian relations.

        Zatulin assured that Putin will undoubtedly visit Armenia till the
        end of the current year.

        Press-service and information department under the Russian president
        refused to comment on the matter and said: "We can tell nothing to
        you, why Putin did not visit Armenia". Asked by ArmInfo correspondent
        to comment on the situation, press-secretary of Armenia's Foreign
        Ministry, Tigran Balayan, replied: "Armenia's Foreign Ministry has
        never officially informed about the forthcoming visit by president
        of Russia to Armenia.
        Hayastan or Bust.

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        • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

          Originally posted by Vahram View Post
          Guys I'm not following what does this mean 10 points 30 points?? The only thing I followed was that there is going to be another Russian base, about time. But what is this points?
          I didn't quite understand that either but my guess is that 30 new facilities will be built of which 10 will be transferred to Armenia (while the rest will be used by the Russians).
          Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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          • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

            Thank Federate, I'm drooling over this facilities buisness I'm dying to know what it is that is being built. On another note there is a rumors on the net. One such rumor is that Russia has canceled Military leave, and is also massing troops on a lot of fronts. Others are reporting increased military activity by the US. Another story is running that Iran special forces are on the boarder between Syria and yahodistan.

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            • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

              The CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force’s “Cooperation 2012” joint multinational military exercise in Armenia.








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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                Thank Federate, I'm drooling over this facilities buisness I'm dying to know what it is that is being built. On another note there is a rumors on the net. One such rumor is that Russia has canceled Military leave, and is also massing troops on a lot of fronts. Others are reporting increased military activity by the US. Another story is running that Iran special forces are on the boarder between Syria and yahodistan.
                Can be true , also that Russia sent helicopters to the islands of japan ...

                Rumors , but maybe true !

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                • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                  The CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force’s “Cooperation 2012” joint multinational military exercise in Armenia.








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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                    The CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force’s “Cooperation 2012” joint multinational military exercise in Armenia.

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