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

    Ադրբեջանում փորձել են թաքցնել հերթական մարտական կորուստը
    Հունիս 14, 2015

    Ադրբեջանի զինված ուժերի՝ հունիսի 13-ին սպանված ժամկետային զինծառայող, 18-ամյա Դեվրիշով Էլվին Էթիբար օղլուն (Dəvrişov Elvin Etibar oğlu), ըստ ադրբեջանական մամուլի տեղեկության, ընկել է հայկական կողմի դիպուկահարի գնդակից։ Այս մասին այսօր՝ հունիսի 14-ին, հայտնել է ադրբեջանական Ազադլըգ թերթի կայքը։
    Սպանված զինծառայող Էլվին Դեվրիշովի հուղարկավորությունը

    Սպանված զինծառայող Էլվին Դեվրիշովի հուղարկավորությունը

    Աղբյուրը նշում է նաև, որ սպանվածին այսօր արդեն իսկ հուղարկավորել են իր ծննդավայրում՝ Բալականի շրջանի Քաթեխ գյուղում։

    Հրապարակմանը կցված է նաև լուսանկար հուղարկավորությունից, որում երևում է, որ արարողությանը մասնակցում են զինվորականներ՝ այդ թվում պատվո պահակախումբ, ինչը խոսում է այն վարկածի օգտին, որ Դեվրիշովի մահն իսկապես մարտական կորուստ է։

    Հավելենք նաև, որ առ այսօր ադրբեջանական պաշտոնական որևէ աղբյուր այս միջադեպի մասին չի հայտնել և չի մեկնաբանել։

    Հիշեցնենք՝ նախօրեին Ռազմինֆոն հայտնել էր Էլվին Դեվրիշովի մահվան մասին՝ հավելելով, որ 2015-ի հունիսին դա Ադրբեջանի պաշտպանական համակարգի և ուժային այլ կառույցների շարքերում գրանցված և հայտնի դարձած մահվան ելքով 2-րդ միջադեպն է։

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

        Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
        Wow we went from a poor country to an empire? Somebody having a wet dream?
        Seriously, this kind of garbage is annoying.

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

          Russian soldier killed in Armenia

          GYUMRI. – One person is detained in connection with the murder of Russian military serviceman Ivan Novikov, who was found dead on Monday at the backside of the 102nd Russian Military Base in Gyumri, the second largest city of Armenia. Deputy commander of the military base, Aleksei Polyukhovich, told the aforesaid to reporters.

          “The investigators are working with him; now, he is giving testimony,” Polyukhovich stated. “He is a contract military serviceman, but we can’t publicize his name.”

          He noted that, due to confidentiality of the investigation, he cannot provide further details on what had occurred.

          The Armenian News-NEWS.am reporter informed that investigators are still working at the scene of the incident.

          The Armenian side likewise has launched criminal proceedings, and on murder charges.

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

            Whatever happened to the murderer who slaughtered an entire family in Gyumri? I feel as though that was swept under the rug.

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              Originally posted by Odysseus View Post
              Whatever happened to the murderer who slaughtered an entire family in Gyumri? I feel as though that was swept under the rug.
              Pretty much. There hasn't been an update on the situation in three months. He's being "tried in Armenia", but on the Russian military base, by a Russian Military court

              and according to Leonid xxxxsky, head of the State Duma's Committee on CIS Affairs and Relations With Russian Nationals Abroad, they are not even sure if they will allow the public to attend the trial.

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

                Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                Open day in Erebuni air base dedicated to Russia Day
                Armenian Air Force






                Anyone noticed the machine-gun in the nose of the mi-8?

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

                  Originally posted by Odysseus View Post
                  Whatever happened to the murderer who slaughtered an entire family in Gyumri? I feel as though that was swept under the rug.
                  Everything about that case points to a set up. I suspect CIA or the Turkish intelligence (maybe both) had something to do with it.
                  Hayastan or Bust.

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

                    MOD delegation to attend Armenian-Russian talks in Moscow
                    17:04, 15.06.2015
                    Region:Armenia, Russia
                    Theme: Politics


                    YEREVAN. – A delegation from the Ministry of Defense (MOD) of Armenia will participate in the Armenian-Russian talks to be conducted from Tuesday to Friday in the Russian capital city of Moscow, and in Kubinka town.

                    In particular, the Armenian delegation will attend the debates on military product supplies, the Army 2015 international technico-military conference, and regular meeting of the Military and Technical Committee of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) member countries, reported the Armenia MOD press service.
                    Armenia News - NEWS.am
                    In particular, the Armenian mission will participate in the Army 2015 international technico-military conference…

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

                      Originally posted by armo12 View Post
                      Anyone noticed the machine-gun in the nose of the mi-8?
                      "nose machine gun PKT"

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