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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by haydavid View Post
    Haha no , our soldiers probably talked with Karabakh dialect and they tought it is another language .
    LOL, most probably.
    No need to encrypt communication links and expensive encryption equipment.
    Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
    Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
    Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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      Originally posted by londontsi View Post
      LOL, most probably.
      No need to encrypt communication links and expensive encryption equipment.
      how do you know they'd dont have veteran azeris helping them? many armenians from artsakh still know azeri, and vice verca.

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        Good.

        YEREVAN, JANUARY 24, ARMENPRESS. Within the framework of the Armenian-Russian military cooperation Armenia will continue acquiring long-range guns of high-accuracy. There are certain arrangements with the Russian Federation regarding their acquisition. The Minister of Defense of the Republic of Armenia Seyran Ohanyan stated this at the course of the Press conference held on January 23 in the Ministry of Defense.
        General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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          Good for Yura!!!! Patriot

          Movsisyan: R.I.P to a real HERO (PHOTO)

          Armenian national football squad and Spartak Moscow (Russia) forward Yura Movsisyan reflected on the death of Junior Sergeant Armen Hovhannisyan.

          The 26-year-old player posted a photograph of Hovhannisyan on his Facebook page and wrote the following underneath: “R.I.P to a real HERO !!”

          The diversionary teams of Azerbaijan had attempted to carry out two simultaneous infiltrations at the line of contact between the Karabakh-Azerbaijani opposing forces. The attempts were recorded at around between 11:50pm on January 19 and 12:15am on January 20. As a result of the ensuing skirmish, Junior Sergeant Armen Hovhannisyan was killed at a military position, and from the gunshot wound he had sustained from the adversary.

          The funeral of the 19-year-old sergeant was held on Wednesday, and he was laid to eternal rest at Yerablur Military Pantheon of Armenian capital city Yerevan.
          General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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

            perfect ..just hard to wait a little more ...i want to end this fast

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              Azerbaijan lies baselessly – Armenia MOD



              January 24, 2014 | 15:42
              YEREVAN. – The Azerbaijani side baselessly lies by submitting false information that, allegedly, a military vehicles was damaged at the border with Armenia.

              The Armenian defense minister’s press secretary Artsrun Hovhannisyan told the abovementioned to Armenian News-NEWS.am.

              “The information about the destruction of a military truck is an insidious lie and the photos posted on the Internet, fictitious.

              “The Armenian side has not suffered [any] technical losses, [and] there also are no wounded from the Armenian side,” Hovhannisyan stressed.

              The Azerbaijani side launched a massive onslaught of “information” on Friday. The Azerbaijani media are flooded with various inflammatory misinformation on “the Armenian side’s [military] diversions” and “the truck destroyed on the Armenian border.”
              News.am

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                Defense Ministry: Armenian air defense forces are well prepared



                January 24, 2014 | 13:32
                YEREVAN. – The preparedness of the Armenian air-defense forces is at high level, Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan told reporters on Friday.

                Defense Minister noted that there is no such small area in the world like Armenia that would have so much modern equipment, ensuring safety of air borders both at large and small height.

                “But when it comes to drones - it is a problem for almost all countries as drones are unnoticeable. But we are trying to resolve the issue. The situation is under control,” Minister said, adding that Armenia has been producing its own drones.
                News.am

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                  The situation is calm at present in the Armenian villages near the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, and the material losses—as a result of last night’s shootings—are minor, the prefects of the affected villages told Armenian News-NEWS.am.

                  “There is tranquility, sun, normalcy; we laugh about the night’s events, everything is normal, they were ordinary shootings, but our army stands, and the borders are solid,” Chinari village head Samvel Saghoyan said.

                  He stressed that they have no human casualties, and there are only minor material damage which always happen.

                  Movses village prefect Ararat Avalyan informed that he traveled around the village early in the morning, and that there are minor material damage, but life is normal as usual.

                  Nerkin Karmraghbyur village head Manvel Kamendatyan stated that shots were fired until 4am, but the situation is calm subsequently and at present, and the village school and kindergarten are open.

                  “The roofs and walls were damaged, but these occur during all shootings,” Kamendatyan added.

                  Regular shots were fired Thursday night at the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, in the direction of the villages of Armenia’s Tavush Region. Azerbaijan broke the ceasefire agreement close to 200 times. As a result of the shooting, a 16-year-old girl, by the name of Liana, was wounded in Aygepar village. But the bullet has been removed from her leg, and she is doing fine.
                  News .am

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                      Su 24, January 23, 2014



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