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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Armenian govt. approves privileges for frontline servicemen
    Armenia’s government has decided to henceforth consider the period of combat duty on the line of contact in granting pensions to servicemen, Tert.am reports.

    Armenia’s Deputy Minister of Defense Ara Nazaryan said that adoption of the bill will enhance the manning efficiency.

    Armenia’s Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan said that problems of servicemen on combat duty on the line of contact are the focus of the government’s attention.

    “It is our duty to resolve such problems,” he said.

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      http://armenpress.am/eng/news/807805...egulation.html

      YEREVAN, JUNE 3, ARMENPRESS. The President of the Republic of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan received the OSCE Chairperson in Office, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić on June 3.
      The Mass Media and Public Relations Department of the Armenian President’s Office informed “Armenpress” that the President of Armenia highly appreciated the OSCE’s activities and role not merely as the main structure engaged in the Nagorno Karabakh issue regulation, but also as an organization acting for maintaining security in entire Europe. Serzh Sargsyan highlighted that Armenia is willing to provide a constant support to Serbia during its entire chairmanship in the OSCE for the realization of the Serbian priorities.
      Serzh Sargsyan spoke with satisfaction about the present efficient cooperation with the OSCE Yerevan Office and noted that our country wants to continue and expand that cooperation.
      Also, the President of Armenia and Ivica Dačić discussed the Armenian-Serbian bilateral cooperation agenda and prospects of development.
      Among other things, Serzh Sargsyan asked to convey his warm wishes to the President of friendly Serbia Tomislav Nikolić and highlighted that his presence at the Armenian Genocide victims commemoration ceremony held in capital Yerevan on April 24 of the current year, was not solely the best expression of the Armenian-Serbian friendship, but also reaffirmation of Serbia’s commitment to struggle against the crimes against humanity.
      At the course of the meeting, the interlocutors shared the opinion that opening diplomatic representations in Yerevan and Belgrade will give a new impetus to the Armenian-Serbian friendly relations in all spheres.
      Ivica Dačić emphasized that Serbia is also interested in strengthening ties with Armenia and develop bilateral cooperation by certain steps and realization of mutually beneficial programs.
      In turn, the OSCE Chairperson in Office highly appreciated the cooperation between the Armenian authorities and various structures of the OSCE, including the organization’s Yerevan office.
      At the course of the meeting, Serzh Sargsyan and Ivica Dačić reflected on the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group aimed at the regulation of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict, the current issues of the negotiations’ present stage and regional challenges.
      The President underscored that Armenia will continue cooperation with the Minsk Group striving for the issue’s regulation under the principles suggested by the Minsk Group based on the principles and norms of the international law, the UN Charter and provisions of the Helsinki Final Act.

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        Last edited by burjuin; 06-05-2015, 01:04 AM.

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            The Police Force of Armenia carried out professional and tactical exercises in Metsamor city, in the area of the nuclear power plant








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              http://www.yerkirmedia.am/?act=news&lan=en&id=27009


              Baku states it no more needs OSCE representation in its country

              OSCE will not have a representative office in Azerbaijan, the Azerbaijani “Turan” news agency reported citing diplomatic sources. Back on June 3, the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry sent a letter to the OSCE HQ in Vienna. According to the source, the letter said that the Azerbaijani government no more sees need for OSCE Coordinator’s activity in Baku and invalidates memorandum of understanding signed in 2014. "The government of Azerbaijan gives the OSCE one month's time to solve technical issues arising from this situation," the letter said. According to the source, the OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier informed the OSCE member states about Azerbaijan’s decision. Official Baku has not made any comments yet.



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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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                Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                http://www.yerkirmedia.am/?act=news&lan=en&id=27009


                Baku states it no more needs OSCE representation in its country

                OSCE will not have a representative office in Azerbaijan, the Azerbaijani “Turan” news agency reported citing diplomatic sources. Back on June 3, the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry sent a letter to the OSCE HQ in Vienna. According to the source, the letter said that the Azerbaijani government no more sees need for OSCE Coordinator’s activity in Baku and invalidates memorandum of understanding signed in 2014. "The government of Azerbaijan gives the OSCE one month's time to solve technical issues arising from this situation," the letter said. According to the source, the OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier informed the OSCE member states about Azerbaijan’s decision. Official Baku has not made any comments yet.



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                Possible war or bluff..
                Hayastan or Bust.

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                  Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                  Possible war or bluff..
                  strange way to bluff lol.. don't forget theyve began doing military exercises at nights.. based on what i've been reading for the last year I see us going to war before the end of this year.

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                    Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                    Possible war or bluff..
                    Its the first time I agree with the move.....what has OSCE done to keep the ceasefire? nothing. Our troops are the one who keep the peace.

                    He wants war? should have done it long ago......if there are real signs that he is serous then we should preempt. who care who says what. We will win this war and expand East at the end of the day......or are we to run back into our foxholes because we don't have permission?
                    B0zkurt Hunter

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                      Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
                      strange way to bluff lol.. don't forget theyve began doing military exercises at nights.. based on what i've been reading for the last year I see us going to war before the end of this year.
                      lol....
                      A good turk is a dead turk

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