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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
    Lavrov is in Baku, there are rumors he's going to offer more Russian weapons to Azerbaijan. I thought we sacrificed our economy by joining the Eurasian Union for security purposes..
    Man don't you get it yet? They already have all the weapons they could possibly want but they cant do anything with them. Every time there is a OSCE , or any other major power representative in the area they start shooting and sometimes kill a soldier or two to which we respond and kill more of theirs...this is the limit to of their ability. Let them buy more weapons and Russia uses some of that money to give us even better weapons way cheap or for free. If the Azeris do not start a war this year or next year, i think this war will be over for good.
    Hayastan or Bust.

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      AZERBAIJAN WILL NOT DARE ENGAGE IN DIRECT WAR: DAVID BABAYAN

      15:04, 03 Sep 2015
      Siranush Ghazanchyan

      "The activeness of the Azerbaijani side is connected with the Day of
      Proclamation of Republic of Nagorno Karabakh, the military exercises
      under way in Armenia and Artsakh, or Russian Foreign Minister Sergey
      Lavrov's visit to Baku," Spokesman for the NKR President David Babayan
      told Public Radio of Armenia.

      David Babayan considers that the activeness could be conditioned by
      the electoral processes in Azerbaijan, the complex economic situation,
      namely the dropped oil prices and the threats to the Aliyev clan.

      He says the predictions about "Azerbaijani fall" could well turn true
      and believes that this is what keeps the leadership of the country
      in panic.

      "The geopolitical factor also plays a role," Babayan said. He's
      confident, however, that the situation is 'controllable.' "The rival
      engages in a 'distant conflict,' which means that it's afraid of
      direct fight."

      "The adversary gets a worthy counterstrike and will not dare engage
      in direct war," the Spokesman said.

      http://www.armradio.am/en/2015/09/03...david-babayan/
      Hayastan or Bust.

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        Bullets shot by coward azeris stuck in villagers houses .
        You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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

          Really Interesting!


          Շանթ 2015 զորավարժությունների սցենարը դեռ գաղտնի է պահվում
          03.09.2015

          Հայաստանում սեպտեմբերի 3-ին մեկնարկող Շանթ 2015 ռազմավարական հրամանատարաշտաբային զորավարժությունների սցենարը դեռեւս գաղտնի է պահվում։

          Ինչպես լրագրողների հետ հանդիպման ժամանակ հայտարարեց ՀՀ ՊՆ մամուլի խոսնակ Արծրուն Հովհաննիսյանը, դրանք պլանային զորավարժություններ են, որոնց ներգրավված են բոլոր պետական կառույցները։

          Նրա խոսքով՝ աշխատանքներ են տարվելու ինչպես մայրաքաղաքում, այնպես էլ մարզերում։ Ասվածի ենթատեքստում նա նշեց, որ զորավարժությունների մասին արդեն զանազան լուրեր են շրջանառվում։ Օրինակ՝ երեկվանից խոսում են Տավուշում ճամբար խփելու մասին։

          Ճամբարը ստեղծվել է զորավար-ությունների շրջանակներում, մենք սպասում էինք նման արձագանքի։ Դեռեւս չեմ ուզում փակագծերը բացել, բայց այլ վայրերում նույնպես տարհանման կազմակերպման զորավարժություններ են անցկացվելու, համապատասխան տարածքներ են նախապատրաստվել հանգստի տներում եւ ճամբարներում,- ասել է նա։

          Զորավարժությունների մասին այլ մանրամասներ չեն հաղորդվում։

          Զորավարժությունները կշարունակվեն մինչեւ սեպտեմբերի 6-ը։

          http://news.am/arm/news/284468.html

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

            Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army






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

              Armenian Army
              Special forces





              Last edited by burjuin; 09-03-2015, 10:37 AM.

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

                Armenian contract soldier killed in Azeri shelling
                An Armenian contract soldier Hayk Devoyan (born in 1975) was deadly wounded in the Azeri armed forces attack in the province of Tavush, spokesperson for the Armenian Defense Ministry said.

                According to Artsrun Hovhannisyan, military operations are currently underway with no signs of large-scale activities.

                “Azeri armed forces fired from various caliber weapons, including 60- and 80-mm grenade launchers, large-caliber machine guns and snipers,” Hovhannisyan said.

                The spokesperson also refuted the news on possible evacuation. “A training base with several thousand beds was deployed in Tavush; however, scenarios of possible evacuation were only tested as a part of Shant 2015 military training,” Hovhannisyan explained.

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

                  Շտապ. հակառակորդը կրակում է Սևքար և Բաղանիս գյուղերի ուղղությամբ

                  NewsBook-ի տեղեկություններով, այս պահին Տավուշի մարզի սահմանամերձ Բաղանիս և Սևքար գյուղում բավականին լարված իրավիճակ է:

                  Մեր ունեցած տեղեկություններով, հակառակորդը կրակում է գյուղերի ուղղությամբ, հայկական կողմը տանկեր է տանում դեպի սահման:

                  Ըստ մեր աղբյուրների՝ այդ տարածքներ տանող ճանապարհները փակ են:

                  http://news-book.am/?p=65257/shtap+h...2xxutyamb&l=am

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

                    Persian news says azeris killed the one Armenian soldier by airstrike?anyone has any source regarding this news

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

                      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                      Man don't you get it yet? They already have all the weapons they could possibly want but they cant do anything with them. Every time there is a OSCE , or any other major power representative in the area they start shooting and sometimes kill a soldier or two to which we respond and kill more of theirs...this is the limit to of their ability. Let them buy more weapons and Russia uses some of that money to give us even better weapons way cheap or for free. If the Azeris do not start a war this year or next year, i think this war will be over for good.
                      Giving us weapons for free or cheap comes at a cost. We're being dragged more and more into the Russian economic sphere which is pulling down our economy. Russia is under sanctions and their currency has depreciated around 45 to 50% as you know. We're unable to diversify our economy as needed because Russian-armed Azerbaijan might start a large-scale military operation by Russian orders when we try to take a couple of steps towards other countries for economic diversification. Even the Armenia-Iran railway was not welcomed by Russians because they consider it might drag away Armenia's dependency on Russian gas and good. Failing to diversify our economy away from sanctioned Russia's economic woes will lead to increased migration from Armenia, and you know most migrants go to Russia..so..that's why I'm concerned when Lavrov says they're gonna offer more goodies to Azerbaijan.

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