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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Since the ceasefire we have had 671 reported deaths over 21 years this includes none combat deaths as well.

    On average 31 deaths a year.
    A good turk is a dead turk


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

      Originally posted by Gevz View Post
      Since the ceasefire we have had 671 reported deaths over 21 years this includes none combat deaths as well.

      On average 31 deaths a year.
      Any References ??


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

        Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
        Any References ??
        Go here Spetsnaz jan. on the right it has the database enter in dates it will give you exact death plus down the bottom it has a pie graph play around with that.

        It also has a pie graph as to how many died where/location. Martakert is a hot spot.
        A good turk is a dead turk


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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of Republic of Armenia

          love that new camo on helis, need to do same with Su25 and Vehicles, our digital isnt so nice
          Armenian Military Portal


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

            Multilevel Command and Staff Exercises held in Armenia

            In accordance with the preparedness plan of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia, on May 30, multilevel command and staff exercises were launched with the involvement of military detachments and reinforcement forces.
            The forces of the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia, the ARM Police Units, as well as the local self-government bodies were involved in the exercises.


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

              Festive event at ARM MoD
              On the occasion of International Day for Protection of Children, on June 1, a beautiful festive event was held in the administrative complex of the ARM MoD, which was attended by the children and grandchildren of servicemembers and civil servants.
              In the early morning, the Defense Ministry area was transformed into a bright and colorful fairy tale world, which embraced the simplicity, sincerity and kindness of childhood.
              Cartoon characters, colorful balloons, children’s bright eyes, their murmuring laughter, simple and unsophisticated questions, as well as their unique understanding of homeland and sincere wishes conveyed good mood and positive energy to everyone.
              Performances by the students of “Arevner” children’s ensemble, beautiful shows, “Peace in our eyes” staged performance, Yerevan’s State Circus performers, rope screenings, the happy train, the trained monkey and parrots of “Exotarium” center, all contributed to the dreamlike environment>
              The children were also congratulated by servicemembers of ARM MoD “Zorakan” military officer’s house.


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

                Azerbaijan-OSCE cooperation, Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as well as bilateral ties between Azerbaijan and Serbia were discussed during Ivica Dacic, Serbia’s deputy premier, foreign minister and OSCE Chairperson’s visit to Azerbaijan.

                President Ilham Aliyev received a delegation led by Dacic on June 1, AzerTac state news agency reported.

                Recalling with satisfaction his last meeting with Dacic, President Aliyev noted the importance of his visit to Azerbaijan as the OSCE chairperson.

                Dacic, for his part, greeted the President on behalf of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

                He said the Serbian president will attend the opening ceremony of the first European Games to be held in Azerbaijan in June 12-27. Highlighting Vucic`s recent visit to Azerbaijan, Dacic said the Serbian prime minister was satisfied with his visit.

                The sides focused on prospects for Azerbaijan-OSCE cooperation, development of Azerbaijani-Serbian bilateral relations in various areas, including in the political, economic, energy, and humanitarian spheres, negotiations to solve the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, situation on the line of contact, delays on the resolution of the conflict and the existence of double standards.

                Prior to meeting with the President, Dacic held discussions with Elmar Mammadyarov, Azerbaijan’s foreign minister.

                Baku requested the OSCE chairperson-in-office to raise in Yerevan the issue of returning Azerbaijani hostages captured in occupied Kalbajar region, Mammadyarov said at a briefing after the talks.

                Dacic, for his part, promised to raise the issue of Azerbaijani hostages during his meeting with the Armenian leadership.

                “At the request of Azerbaijan, during the meeting with the Armenian leadership, I am going to raise the issue of the two Azerbaijani hostages and their return in the shortest possible time,” said OSCE chairperson.

                Armenian forces killed Azerbaijani citizen, Hasan Hasanov and took hostage Shahbaz Guliyev and Dilgam Asgarov in the Shaplar village in the occupied Kalbajar region last July, while they were visiting the graves of their relatives. Following a so-called “judicial process" Dilgam Asgarov was sentenced to life imprisonment, and Shahbaz Guliyev to 22 years in prison.

                Serbian foreign minister, who is visiting Baku as part of his tour to the South Caucasus countries as the OSCE chairperson-in-office, said the South Caucasus region is important for stability in Europe.

                He expressed hope that Serbia will be able to contribute to the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

                The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict emerged in 1988 when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan. Since a lengthy war in the early 1990s that displaced over one million Azerbaijanis, Armenian armed forces have occupied over 20 percent of Azerbaijan's internationally recognized territory, including Nagorno-Karabakh and seven adjacent regions.

                Dacic added that the conflicting sides themselves have great responsibility in the issue of resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

                Reminding that his country itself suffered from a conflict and well understands the severe consequences of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, he said Serbia has a sensitive attitude toward the territorial integrity of states as well.

                He went on to note that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict can be resolved only though peaceful means and with political will. “It is necessary to comply with the principles of the Helsinki Final Act and avoid double standards.”

                Dacic added that Serbia has great experience in eliminating the consequences of war. He said Serbia will make every effort to become the mediator in the conflict’s settlement and for resolving the further issues.

                Mammadyarov also noted that the principle of territorial integrity of states is more important than the principle of self-determination.

                “The conflict will be resolved sooner or later, there will be various issues that will need settlement and then we will need Serbia’s experience,” he said.

                Mammadyarov said Baku supports the offer of the Serbian side adding that the matter will be considered.



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

                  Cleaned this thread. All your off-topic posts can be found here

                  Keep this about the military balance as much as possible please.
                  Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!


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

                    Gevs you are reporting the Armenian deaths yet you think that is acceptable to maintain status quo.

                    You want to give land for peace and you want Artsakh recognized.

                    Two problems with these:
                    You give land away then you accepting that the Armenian lands is Turkish now. We will have no more claim on those lands that are so close to Artsakh.
                    Recognizing Artsakh has its disadvantages politically and militarily.
                    Two States one people.......we get more arms/weapons and it doesn't count as the max arms allowance for Armenia which means we are loaded way above what we as a state are allowed. Whatever goes to Artsakh is not counted.
                    Politically having two states has advantages too like we are not responsible for actions in Artsakh or the opposite we are one people and Artsakh has to have a seat in peace process.

                    These are all levers that our leaders can use.

                    What we need is at least take land back so our new Airport can go on full function. This is a start.
                    B0zkurt Hunter


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

                      Armenian Air Defense

                      Last edited by burjuin; 06-04-2015, 11:53 PM.