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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Originally posted by Federate View Post
    Classic fedayee style picture in the Mrav mountains


    Nice picture, however the guy on the left with the metallic watch could be picked by a sniper from a mile away.

    I get worried and upset when I see such pictures.

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    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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      HALO Trust Minefield clearance, Syunik region, Armenia








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        I have put some interesting documentaries about Armenian Alphabet and history on Military Notebook
        Your Armenian Lion

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          Injured Armenian soldier to undergo treatment in Germany

          YEREVAN. - Gevorg Yeghiazaryan, Armenian soldier injured by the Azerbaijani Defense Forces, will leave for Germany at the end of June to undergo treatment, Naira Galstyan, the soldier’s mother, told Armenian News

          http://news.am/eng/news/269688.html
          A good turk is a dead turk

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            Պաշտպանության բանակում մեկնարկել են համաբանակային շտաբային զորավարժություններ

            Արցախի Պաշտպանության բանակում հունիսի 1-ից մեկնարկել են համաբանակային շտաբային զորավարժություններ, որին մասնակցում են ՊԲ վարչությունը, միավորումների, զորամասերի և գումարտակների հրամանատարական կազմը, շտաբներն ու ղեկավարման մարմինները: Այս մասին հունիսի 2-ին հայտնում է ՊԲ մամուլի ծառայութունը:

            http://razm.info/65206
            A good turk is a dead turk

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              Armenia soldiers serving on contact line to receive higher pension

              YEREVAN. – The Armenian officers and noncommissioned officers, who carry out military service on the line of contact with the adversary, will receive a higher pension.

              Such a draft decision is put on the agenda of Thursday’s Cabinet meeting.

              http://news.am/eng/news/269879.html


              Good work
              A good turk is a dead turk

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                ‘Anti-Armenian’ PACE Rapporteur Gets Turkish Citizenship



                A former British lawmaker who was tasked by the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) last year with drafting a report on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has reportedly become a Turkish citizen.

                According to the Istanbul-based daily “Sabah,” Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu personally handed a Turkish ID card to the Conservative MP, Robert Walter, at the Turkish Embassy in London last week. Walter, who is married to a Turkish woman, expressed delight at the award, reported the paper. It also posted a photograph of the ceremony on its website.

                Walter was named by the PACE leadership to launch a fact-finding mission to the Karabakh conflict zone and prepare the report titled "Escalation of Violence in Nagorno-Karabakh and Other Occupied Territories of Azerbaijan.”

                This wording prompted vehement protests from Armenian members of the Strasbourg-based assembly and the government in Yerevan. They said that it predetermines Walter’s findings and runs counter to statements made by U.S., Russian and French mediators trying to broker a Karabakh settlement.

                The Armenian side has also accused Walter of having close ties with Azerbaijan’s government, saying that the British parliamentarian has repeatedly defended Baku’s dismal human rights record criticized by Western human rights groups.

                Walter led a team of PACE members that observed Azerbaijan’s last presidential election held in 2013. Unlike other Western observers who reported widespread fraud, the PACE mission concluded that the vote met democratic standards.

                Walter visited Baku in March and hoped to travel to Armenia and Karabakh later this year. However, the head of the Armenian delegation at the PACE, Hermine Naghdalian made clear in April that although officials in Yerevan may agree to receive the rapporteur they will not discuss the Karabakh dispute with him. Karabakh’s leadership went further, saying that the British lawmaker is not welcome in Stepanakert.

                Walter, 67, did not run for reelection in Britain’s recent general elections and formally ended his parliamentary tenure on May 7. It is not clear when or whether the PACE leadership will appoint a new Karabakh rapporteur.

                http://www.azatutyun.am/content/article/27048132.html
                <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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                    Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army
                    On the frontline






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                      Armenian Air Defense




                      Last edited by burjuin; 06-05-2015, 12:51 AM.

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