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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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







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







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        President Sahakyan inspected maneuvers with the participation of liable for military service reservists

        On 25 September Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan visited the Akna settlement and inspected maneuvers held there with the participation of liable for military service reservists.
        President Bako Sahakyan considered consistent increasing of the Defense Army's combat readiness as the key direction of strengthening the state's security level adding the importance of liable for military service reservists in this process.
        The Commander-in-Chief of the NKR Armed Forces gave specific instructions on the proper organization of the trainings.
        The President was accompanied by defense minister Movses Hakobyan and other officials.
        http://www.president.nkr.am/en/news/visits/1819/



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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          The CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force’s “Cooperation 2012” joint multinational military exercise in Armenia.

          I guess the new Tigrs are being used by both police and army...
          Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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            Originally posted by Federate View Post
            I guess the new Tigrs are being used by both police and army...
            from what we see only its for police (there is black ones) and this is for special force
            Armenian Military Portal

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              Serviceman of Azerbaijani army tragically dies

              [ 06 Oct 2012 11:01 ]
              Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. The serviceman of Azerbaijani army, tragically died, Main State Traffic Police Office told APA.

              According to information, the incident was recorded on Baku-Sumgayit highway at 03:00 by local time last night. “VAZ-2107” motor car, driven by the serviceman of “N” number Defense Ministry’s military unit, Senior-Lieutenant Shahmar Ramazan Gasimov, struck against the obstacle outside the road. As a result, serviceman died at site because of injures.

              The body of the serviceman was pressed in the car. The serviceman’s body was pulled out by the people, who were at site.
              apa.az

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








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                  My dad told me yesterday that there is new law in Armenia saying that anyone who is 18-27 and has parents who were born in Armenia will be drafted into army upon arrival in Armenia, regardless of citizenship. Is this true? I will be 19 next summer when I got to work in Armenia.
                  Ազատություն, արդարություն, ՀՅԴ

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                    I hope it's not lol
                    I'm not sure but there are 99% chances that it is not true. Something like that can never happen ... or maybe Armenia is preparing for the war ? Then yes , it may be possible !

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                      Diaspora-Armenian journalists meet Defense Minister (PHOTOS)


                      October 06, 2012 | 16:16

                      YEREVAN. – Armenia’s Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan on Saturday met with participants of the “Toward 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide” Sixth Pan-Armenian Conference of Journalists. Diaspora Minister Hranush Hakobyan also attended the meeting.

                      The Defense Minister highly appreciated the Diaspora-Armenian journalists’ contribution to the recognition of the Genocide. “I believe this conference conducts an extremely important activity. Genocide recognition is one of our primary tasks; this is indispensable for all [world] communities so as to prevent such crimes,” Seyran Ohanyan noted, MOD press service informs.

                      Speaking about the combat-readiness of Armenia’s Armed Forces, Ohanyan informed that the CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force’s joint multinational military exercises entitled “Cooperation 2012” were recently held in Armenia, whereas the strategic command and staff exercises are still in progress.

                      “We can carry out the tasks given to us. [But] We certainly have omissions and shortfalls, but, also owing to the media, we are neutralizing those flaws,” the Defense Minister stated.

                      In her turn, Diaspora Minister Hranush Hakobyan highly assessed the cooperation with MOD and underscored the army’s role in societal life.

                      Subsequently, participants of the Sixth Pan-Armenian Conference of Journalists posed questions to the Minister of Defense.

                      At the end of the meeting, Seyran Ohanyan awarded MOD medals and commendations to several journalists and media directors.
                      http://news.am/eng/news/123870.html

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