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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    We have officially gotten the iskander. Azeris are probably xxxxxing to russia right now

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      Wow if true this would make Armenia the first country to receive the system. It wound be clear message of Russia's commitment to Armenia's defense. Much needed following the recent arms sales to Azerbaijan. Time for Ilham to say bye bye to his pmu2 radars and the green pine, opening the door for the scuds.
      Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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

        OUR OFFICERS



        Recently, in the memorial complex “Victory” of the Russian city Tver the ceremony of awarding diplomas to graduates of the RF Military Academy of Aerospace Defense after G.Zhukov was held. It was attended by RF Deputy Defense Minister Youri Borisov, Governor of Tver A.Shevelev, government and military figures.

        Among the 54 graduates of the Academy of 2015 there were also officers of RA Armed Forces Sevak Torozyan, Gor Nazaretyan and Gurgen Grigoryan. By the way, Sevak is one of the several Academy graduates who will attend a reception in the Kremlin in honor of graduates of military academies.

        After two years of training our officers will return to Armenia with new knowledge and experience.

        Congratulations! Good returns and good service!

        GAGICK HAYRUMYAN
        Moscow
        http://www.hayzinvor.am/en/32553.html

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

          SAM "Pantsir-S" in Armenian army



          Russia will supply Armenia's air defense missile-gun complex "Carapace-C1" armored vehicles "Tiger", BTR-80 and other weapons.

          June 26, it became known that Russia will provide Armenia with a soft loan of 200 million. Dollars for the purchase of modern weapons. This was announced after a meeting in Yerevan, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and the delegation from Moscow headed by the Minister of Transport of Russia, Co-Chair of the Armenian-Russian commission Maxim Sokolov. "The agreement will significantly expand the range of modern weapons in the arsenal of the Armenian Armed Forces," - said in a statement.

          Turan has learned from unofficial Russian sources, the current stage of military-technical cooperation between Moscow and Yerevan provides a set of urgent measures in order to equalize the balance of forces in the region, which is currently in favor of Azerbaijan.

          So, provided the supply of arms that can effectively address strategic issues: ensuring the defense zone the theater of operations, acquisition of tactical assault groups of different levels, the establishment of special mobile units.

          In order to solve these technical and security problems of Armenia is scheduled to deliver air defense missile-gun complex "Carapace-C1" armored vehicles "Tiger", BTR-80, communications equipment, anti-tank missile systems, portable anti-aircraft missile systems and certain types of small arms.

          According to available information, some of these weapons have already been set
          Last edited by HyeFighter2; 07-02-2015, 04:28 AM.
          Armenian Military Portal

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

            lmao what happened to the Azeri fool who was saying what do you think you are going to do with $200 million dollars against our army? looks like the mods already deleted his nonsense. Amazing what you can do with $200 million dollars when your country doesn't have the collective mentality of a insecure teenage girl and is not led by a egomaniacial corrupt fool.
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            • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

              Originally posted by HyeFighter2 View Post
              SAM "Pantsir-S" in Armenian army



              Russia will supply Armenia's air defense missile-gun complex "Carapace-C1" armored vehicles "Tiger", BTR-80 and other weapons.

              June 26, it became known that Russia will provide Armenia with a soft loan of 200 million. Dollars for the purchase of modern weapons. This was announced after a meeting in Yerevan, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and the delegation from Moscow headed by the Minister of Transport of Russia, Co-Chair of the Armenian-Russian commission Maxim Sokolov. "The agreement will significantly expand the range of modern weapons in the arsenal of the Armenian Armed Forces," - said in a statement.

              Turan has learned from unofficial Russian sources, the current stage of military-technical cooperation between Moscow and Yerevan provides a set of urgent measures in order to equalize the balance of forces in the region, which is currently in favor of Azerbaijan.

              So, provided the supply of arms that can effectively address strategic issues: ensuring the defense zone the theater of operations, acquisition of tactical assault groups of different levels, the establishment of special mobile units.

              In order to solve these technical and security problems of Armenia is scheduled to deliver air defense missile-gun complex "Carapace-C1" armored vehicles "Tiger", BTR-80, communications equipment, anti-tank missile systems, portable anti-aircraft missile systems and certain types of small arms.

              According to available information, some of these weapons have already been set
              Hope this is not true. Our air defence capability is good enough. Using the loan money for air defense systems would be a great waste for us.

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

                Originally posted by HyeFighter2 View Post
                SAM "Pantsir-S" in Armenian army

                Russia will supply Armenia's air defense missile-gun complex "Carapace-C1" armored vehicles "Tiger", BTR-80 and other weapons.

                June 26, it became known that Russia will provide Armenia with a soft loan of 200 million. Dollars for the purchase of modern weapons. This was announced after a meeting in Yerevan, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and the delegation from Moscow headed by the Minister of Transport of Russia, Co-Chair of the Armenian-Russian commission Maxim Sokolov. "The agreement will significantly expand the range of modern weapons in the arsenal of the Armenian Armed Forces," - said in a statement.

                Turan has learned from unofficial Russian sources, the current stage of military-technical cooperation between Moscow and Yerevan provides a set of urgent measures in order to equalize the balance of forces in the region, which is currently in favor of Azerbaijan.

                So, provided the supply of arms that can effectively address strategic issues: ensuring the defense zone the theater of operations, acquisition of tactical assault groups of different levels, the establishment of special mobile units.

                In order to solve these technical and security problems of Armenia is scheduled to deliver air defense missile-gun complex "Carapace-C1" armored vehicles "Tiger", BTR-80, communications equipment, anti-tank missile systems, portable anti-aircraft missile systemsand certain types of small arms.

                According to available information, some of these weapons have already been set
                Hopefully the new verba manpad.
                Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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                  Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army
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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

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                    Do we have any clues how many actual Iskandar missiles in the shopping bag.

                    Great news. I think this will contribute to peace.

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

                      Originally posted by Aslanov
                      Iskander stories has circulated for how many years? Again, the source is some Armenian newspaper.

                      It's funny but the purpose of the 200 million loan is exactly this, to convince the Armenian government and people that while Russia is supplying arms to Azerbaijan, they are doing the same for Armenia too. There is only one problem, the scale of arms sales to Azerbaijan are far larger.

                      It also defeats the previous rumours about supposed continued "arms supplies to Armenia". It turns out all the fuss of the signed document few years ago was this loan, for the period of 2015-17. And only in such amount.


                      And you guys don't seem grasp the limitations of the amount mentioned, it would be good for parade purposes perhaps.
                      No one really know how much is being spent. Just because the loan is for 200 million doesn't mean that's the entire size of the purchase. It could be a 200mil loan plus an unknown amount of money that we already have. Add on top of that the discount we receive and it might not be as small of a purchase as you think buddy. And plz stop trolling..
                      Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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