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

    Originally posted by Hakob View Post
    Video of Zakir Hasanov visiting his troops. He generally looks awkward.

    Azeris share some face features with Armenians,this is where u can easily see that Azeris are just Armenians and caucuse region people that got infested with Turkish language during the turkish move to the west and into Armenian highlands,Iranians,Armenians,Georgians and even Turks look different than eachother and they all neighbors.azeris are just a looks and lands of Armenians,stolen Persian history,turkish Mongol culture
    Last edited by argin; 08-11-2015, 08:06 AM.

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

      Sterligov: Karabakh’s being ‘Azerbaijani” land is a satanic deception for Azerbaijanis

      18:58, 11 August, 2015
      YEREVAN, AUGUST 11, ARMENPRESS. The Russian milliner, famous businessman German Sterligov, residing in Shushi city of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, announced that the fraudulent claims about Karabakh’s being “Azerbaijani” land “is a satanic deception for millions of nave Azerbaijanis”.

      “Armenpress” reports that Sterligov informs about this in his note made on his “Vkontakte” page.

      In his announcement “Letter from Karabakh” addressed to Azerbaijanis Sterligov spoke about the absurdness of Azerbaijani authorities regarding “Karabakh is historically Azerbaijani land”.

      “That satanic deception addressed to millions of honest and nave Azerbaijanis provokes readiness to sacrifice their lives for a false aim”, he wrote.

      Sterligov blames the “corrupted historians and writers of the Soviet Union” for that, who were assigned “to write something near reality about that issue” as far as 100 years ago and that delirium has been repeated by several Soviet generations.

      Sterligov advices Azerbaijanis to study ancient annals and graves with Armenian writings to find out the truth.

      “I want to deliver you the idea that confessing historical truth, which is that Karabakh is an ancient Armenian land, eliminates any motive for war between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Only by exposing the initial fraud it is possible to prevent a new, bigger bloodshed which is being prepared by the enemies of the Armenian and Azerbaijani peoples”, Sterligov wrote. According to him, “It turns out that Armenians die for truth and Azerbaijanis for deception in a war for Karabakh”.

      “Do you need that?”, he asks addressing Azerbaijanis.

      Sterligov suggests “to sit around peaceful and transparent table and to put on it ancient annals and testimonies, and find out where the truth is and where the fraud is”.

      “It is better than killing each other. Let that round table become an open and democratic diplomacy between Armenians, Azerbaijanis and Russians”, he offers.

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

        Recriminations Follow Azerbaijan's Poor Showing In Caspian Naval Games
        August 11, 2015 - 11:06am, by Joshua Kucera

        The first-ever "Caspian Cup" naval skills competition has ended with Russia, unsurprisingly, the winner. But it was Azerbaijan's performance that garnered the most headlines, for all the wrong reasons.

        In the final tally, Russia won with 65 points, Kazakhstan came in second with 48, and Azerbaijan brought up the rear with 33 points. The other two Caspian naval states, Iran and Turkmenistan, chose not to compete.

        Reporting on the event was spotty, and it's not entirely clear what happened. But from what can be gleaned from the reporting out there, at the first stage of the contest Azerbaijan's entry, Patrol Cutter G-122, had some kind of problem. "Not everything worked out for the Azerbaijani team, their equipment and weapons let them down," said Dmitry Gorbatenko, the chief judge of the competition, on August 6. "They will change the ship and on August 7 Azerbaijan will be able to perform and show off their mastery in this contest."

        The same day, though, Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry responded, saying that "Russian websites" were spreading information "that does not fully reflect the reality of the situation."

        "The press service of the Ministry of Defense officially reports that minor problems were quickly solved on the scene by our sailors," the ministry said in a statement. "At the current time the warships taking part in the competition are successfully continuing to compete in the crew skills and equipment capabilities [competitions]. Contrary to the published information, our soldiers have successfully carried out all tasks which have been assigned up to now, have destroyed all sea and air targets, achieving an excellent result."

        That may be debatable: on the website of Kazakhstan's ministry of defense it was reported that in one stage of the contest, Kazakhstan hit four targets, Russia three, and Azerbaijan zero. (Unfortunately that seemed to be the only stage that had complete results posted, likely because Kazakhstan won it.)

        Now a former senior Azerbaijani naval official has called the result "shameful" and blamed it partly on the current leadership but partly on a former commander of the navy now facing charges for embezzlement.

        "That our country's navy would participate in the Caspian Cup 2015 was known a year ago. For all that time it would have been possible to carry out enough exercises, including in test firing at air and undersea targets, so as to put our best foot forward at an international competition. Judging from everything, the current leadership of the navy displayed negligence on this issue," said Captain Second Rank Emil Azizov in an interview with the Azerbaijani website haqqin.az. "To avoid such a failure it would have been necessary to hold regular training at the naval base, on simulators and at testing grounds. Alas, it appears that nothing of the sort was done."

        Azizov added the roots of the problem lay in the former leadership, under whom training was neglected and exercises were aimed at producing good video rather than actually training skills. And he noted that Azerbaijan's neighbors around the Caspian, even those that faced huge challenges in the 1990s in setting up a navy like Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, now have navies far more capable than Azerbaijan's.

        Baku does, however, seem to be taking the navy more seriously in recent years, including inaugurating a brand new naval base in June that it called "the largest and most modern military object in the Caspian basin."

        http://www.eurasianet.org/node/74626

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

          karabakh’s first foreign minister, levon melik-shahnazaryan, dies

          http://asbarez.com/138585/karabakhs-...nazaryan-dies/



          Former foreign minister of the nagorno-karabakh republic, levon melik-shahnazaryan (source: Armenpress)

          yerevan (armenpress)—the first foreign minister of the nagorno-karabakh repbulic, levon melik-shahnazaryan, has passed away after a prolonged battle with illness, according to armenpress. Shahnazryan was a political analyst and director of the voskanapat analytical center.

          Levon melik-shahnazaryan was born in 1958 in kirovabad. In 1974, he joined the tashkent institute of russian language and literature. Melik-shahnazaryan moved to artsakh in 1988 where he served as the deputy leader of the “unity” movement.

          In november-december of 1988, melik-shahnazryan led the self-defense units in gandzak against azeribaijani forces. In 1991, he was elected as a deputy of the national assembly of the nagorno-karabakh republic. From 1992 to 1995, he chaired the nkr national assembly standing committee on foreign relations.

          Melik-shahnazaryan moved to yerevan in 1997 where he was engaged in lecturing and analytical activities. He has authored over 500 articles on political science.

          Melik-shahnazaryan was married and had three children.


          RIP
          .
          Last edited by londontsi; 08-11-2015, 03:57 PM.
          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 & Azerbaijan

            Originally posted by londontsi View Post
            karabakh’s first foreign minister, levon melik-shahnazaryan, dies

            http://asbarez.com/138585/karabakhs-...nazaryan-dies/



            Former foreign minister of the nagorno-karabakh republic, levon melik-shahnazaryan (source: Armenpress)

            yerevan (armenpress)—the first foreign minister of the nagorno-karabakh repbulic, levon melik-shahnazaryan, has passed away after a prolonged battle with illness, according to armenpress. Shahnazryan was a political analyst and director of the voskanapat analytical center.

            Levon melik-shahnazaryan was born in 1958 in kirovabad. In 1974, he joined the tashkent institute of russian language and literature. Melik-shahnazaryan moved to artsakh in 1988 where he served as the deputy leader of the “unity” movement.

            In november-december of 1988, melik-shahnazryan led the self-defense units in gandzak against azeribaijani forces. In 1991, he was elected as a deputy of the national assembly of the nagorno-karabakh republic. From 1992 to 1995, he chaired the nkr national assembly standing committee on foreign relations.

            Melik-shahnazaryan moved to yerevan in 1997 where he was engaged in lecturing and analytical activities. He has authored over 500 articles on political science.

            Melik-shahnazaryan was married and had three children.


            RIP
            .
            Big loss, will be hard to replace him
            Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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

              Originally posted by londontsi View Post
              karabakh’s first foreign minister, levon melik-shahnazaryan, dies

              http://asbarez.com/138585/karabakhs-...nazaryan-dies/



              Former foreign minister of the nagorno-karabakh republic, levon melik-shahnazaryan (source: Armenpress)

              yerevan (armenpress)—the first foreign minister of the nagorno-karabakh repbulic, levon melik-shahnazaryan, has passed away after a prolonged battle with illness, according to armenpress. Shahnazryan was a political analyst and director of the voskanapat analytical center.

              Levon melik-shahnazaryan was born in 1958 in kirovabad. In 1974, he joined the tashkent institute of russian language and literature. Melik-shahnazaryan moved to artsakh in 1988 where he served as the deputy leader of the “unity” movement.

              In november-december of 1988, melik-shahnazryan led the self-defense units in gandzak against azeribaijani forces. In 1991, he was elected as a deputy of the national assembly of the nagorno-karabakh republic. From 1992 to 1995, he chaired the nkr national assembly standing committee on foreign relations.

              Melik-shahnazaryan moved to yerevan in 1997 where he was engaged in lecturing and analytical activities. He has authored over 500 articles on political science.

              Melik-shahnazaryan was married and had three children.


              RIP
              .
              Tragic loss. I loved reading his articles on voskanapat

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

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

                  Ադրբեջանում արևահարումից կրկին մահացել է զինծառայող
                  Օգոստոս 11, 2015

                  Ադրբեջանի զինված ուժերում գրանցվել է հերթական կորուստը, տեղեկությունը որի մասին տեղ չի գտել պաշտոնական աղբյուրներում։ Սոցիալական ցանցերից հայտնի է դարձել, որ արևահարումից մահացել է պայմանագրային զինծառայող Անար Մամմեդովը (Anar Məmmədov)։

                  Աղբյուրը նշում է նաև, որ նա ծառայում էր Շահբուզի շրջանում (Նախիջևան) տեղակայված զորամասերից մեկում։

                  Հիշեցնենք, որ սա առաջին դեպքը չէ, երբ արևահարումը դառնում է ադրբեջանական զինուժի զինծառայողների մահվան պատճառ։ Հուլիսի 29-ին կրկին շահբուզի շրջանի զորամասերից մեկի պայմանագրային զինծառայող, Փարաև Նամիգ Իմրան օղլուն ևս մահացել էր արևահարումից՝ զորավարժարանի տարածքում։

                  Տեղին է հիշեցնել նաև, որ 2015-ի հունիսի 25-ին Ադրբեջանի ՊՆ-ն տարածեց հաղորդագրություն՝ նշելով, որ եղանակային շոգ պայմանների կապակցությամբ զինված ուժերում սահմանվել է հատուկ ռեժիմ, ինչը ենթադրում է անձնակազմի պարապմունքների անցկացում օրվա հստակ ժամերին և ստվերում։ Նշվում էր նաև, որ զորամասերում և միավորումներում տեղադրվել են ջրի ցնցուղի լրացուցիչ տարրաներ՝ սառը ջրով։

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                    103 anniversary of the Air Force of the Russian Federation at the 102nd base, Erebuni, Yerevan, Armenia.





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