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

    Lmao martyred my A$$

    Three Azerbaijani servicemen martyred in Karabakh
    Mon 28 September 2015


    Azerbaijani Army has lost three servicemen.
    The situation on the frontline remains tense, the Defense Ministry told APA on Sept.28.
    During the day and at night of September 27, as a result of the preventive measures of the Azerbaijani armed forces, the enemy’s attempts to activate on the contact line were prevented.
    7 servicemen were killed and several were injured as a result of the strike at frontline trenches, positions of Armenian military units, as well as at rallying point of their manpower and military equipment, said the ministry.
    Three servicemen of the Azerbaijani armed forces Valiyev Rauf Fakhraddin, Ahmadzade Neman Ispandiyar and Mustafazade Zohrab Namig died in the battles with the enemy in various directions of the frontline.
    The ministry leadership extended condolences to the families and relatives of the martyrs.
    The Azerbaijani armed forces fully control the operational conditions along the line of contact and are taking relevant measures to prevent Armenian provocations on the frontline.

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      Guys don't post twice the news. Its just misleading.
      I mean from the same website.
      Last edited by Spetsnaz; 09-28-2015, 03:30 AM.

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        Հայկական ստորաբաժանումները ոչնչացրել են հակառակորդի 2 ռազմաբազա. թշնամին ունի 12 զոհ (բացառիկ լուսանկարներ)

        Հակառակորդի լկտի ու անպատասխանատու դրսևորումների, Հայաստանի Հանրապետության խաղաղ բնակչության հանդեպ ոտնձգությունների, խաղաղ բնակիչների սպանության, հեռահար հռթիռով առաջնագծից 9 կմ հեռավորության վրա գտնվող ուսումնական պարապունք անցկացնող զինվորների սպանության և վերջին շրջանում հայերի նկատմամբ բազմաթիվ հանցագործություններ գործելու համար, Հայկական զինվորական ստորաբաժանումները այսօր պատժիչ կանխարգեղիջ միջոցառումներ են անցկացրել արևելյան սահմանին ինչի արդյունքում ոչնչացվել է մասամբ կամ ամբողջովին հակառակորդի երկու հենակետային ռազմական բազա որի ընթացքում հակառակորդը տվել է 12 զոհ և անհայտ թվով վիրավորներ: Աչքիս տեսածն եմ ասում ոչ թե ականջիս լսածը )))) Բարի խաղալ գիշեր հայեր ջան !!! Էս էլ էդ ջան-ֆիդայիները ով իրենց հայրենակիցների վրեժը մասամբ լուծեցին )))

        http://blog.1in.am/blog/168457.html

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          ՊԲ. հակառակորդն ունի տասնյակից ավելի սպանվածներ և վիրավորներ
          Սեպտեմբեր 28, 2015

          Ադրբեջանի պաշտպանության նախարարության այսօր տարածած հաղորդագրությունն այն մասին, թե իբր իրենց զինուժի թիրախային կրակային հարվածների հետևանքով յոթ հայ զինծառայող է սպանվել, իրականությանը չի համապատասխանում: Այս մասին տեղեկացնում է Պաշտպանության բանակի կայքը:

          Պաշտպանության բանակը հայտարարում է, որ ի պատասխան ադրբեջանական զինուժի նախահարձակ գործողությունների, ՊԲ առաջապահ զորամասերը դիմել են պատժիչ քայլերի, ինչի արդյունքում հակառակորդը Ակնայի ուղղությամբ տվել է մեկ տասնյակից ավելի զոհեր և վիրավորներ:

          Պաշտպանության բանակը կորուստներ չի տվել:

          Նշենք, որ ավելի վաղ Ադրբեջանի ՊՆ-ն հաստատել է իր 3 զինծառայողների զոհվելու մասին տեղեկությունը:

          http://razm.info/73006

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

            Armenian Army
            Special forces





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

              Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia
              Sept 27 2015

              Matthew Bryza: statement about Nagorno-Karabakh belonging to Armenia is puzzling

              Sep 27 - 7:55 pm


              Serzh Sargsyan's statement that Nagorno-Karabakh belongs to Armenia is
              puzzling, as it is in contradiction with the Yerevan authorities'
              position on this issue, former US Assistant Secretary for the South
              Caucasus, ex-ambassador to Azerbaijan, Director of the International
              Centre for Defence Studies in Tallinn, Matthew Bryza, said in an
              interview to Vestnik Kavkaza.

              ``Sargsyan's statement is surprising to me, as it is contrary to the
              official position of Armenia that Armenia has stuck to for a long
              period of time, which is that there is an independent `Republic of
              Nagorno-Karabakh' and its `citizens' elected their own leader. It
              manages its own economic and legal spheres, but Armenia does not
              recognize it diplomatically or legally," the expert said.

              "It's hard to say why President Sargsyan made this statement. Maybe
              the government has abruptly changed its policy. But such a change
              would cause great disappointment to many people in Nagorno-Karabakh,
              especially for the current political leaders in the region,'' Matthew
              Bryza said.

              Recall that in recent days Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan made a
              statement about Armenian ownership of Nagorno-Karabakh and seven
              adjacent regions that are occupied by Armenian military forces. The
              announcement was made during the sixth meeting of the State Commission
              for the coordination of events of the centennial of the Armenian
              genocide. "When I say Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh is an integral part of
              it, which is among the most militarized areas of the planet," the
              Armenian President said.


              http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/Matth...-puzzling.html
              Hayastan or Bust.

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

                Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia
                Sept 27 2015

                Matthew Bryza: statement about Nagorno-Karabakh belonging to Armenia is puzzling

                Sep 27 - 7:55 pm


                Serzh Sargsyan's statement that Nagorno-Karabakh belongs to Armenia is
                puzzling, as it is in contradiction with the Yerevan authorities'
                position on this issue, former US Assistant Secretary for the South
                Caucasus, ex-ambassador to Azerbaijan, Director of the International
                Centre for Defence Studies in Tallinn, Matthew Bryza, said in an
                interview to Vestnik Kavkaza.

                ``Sargsyan's statement is surprising to me, as it is contrary to the
                official position of Armenia that Armenia has stuck to for a long
                period of time, which is that there is an independent `Republic of
                Nagorno-Karabakh' and its `citizens' elected their own leader. It
                manages its own economic and legal spheres, but Armenia does not
                recognize it diplomatically or legally," the expert said.

                "It's hard to say why President Sargsyan made this statement. Maybe
                the government has abruptly changed its policy. But such a change
                would cause great disappointment to many people in Nagorno-Karabakh,
                especially for the current political leaders in the region,'' Matthew
                Bryza said.

                Recall that in recent days Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan made a
                statement about Armenian ownership of Nagorno-Karabakh and seven
                adjacent regions that are occupied by Armenian military forces. The
                announcement was made during the sixth meeting of the State Commission
                for the coordination of events of the centennial of the Armenian
                genocide. "When I say Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh is an integral part of
                it, which is among the most militarized areas of the planet," the
                Armenian President said.


                http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/Matth...-puzzling.html

                Matthew Bryza would say that as a paid agent of Azerbaijan.

                Its interesting that Azerbaijan has not said that.

                Maybe too busy licking its wounds.

                .
                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 Haykakan View Post
                  Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia
                  Sept 27 2015

                  Matthew Bryza: statement about Nagorno-Karabakh belonging to Armenia is puzzling

                  Sep 27 - 7:55 pm


                  Serzh Sargsyan's statement that Nagorno-Karabakh belongs to Armenia is
                  puzzling, as it is in contradiction with the Yerevan authorities'
                  position on this issue, former US Assistant Secretary for the South
                  Caucasus, ex-ambassador to Azerbaijan, Director of the International
                  Centre for Defence Studies in Tallinn, Matthew Bryza, said in an
                  interview to Vestnik Kavkaza.

                  ``Sargsyan's statement is surprising to me, as it is contrary to the
                  official position of Armenia that Armenia has stuck to for a long
                  period of time, which is that there is an independent `Republic of
                  Nagorno-Karabakh' and its `citizens' elected their own leader. It
                  manages its own economic and legal spheres, but Armenia does not
                  recognize it diplomatically or legally," the expert said.

                  "It's hard to say why President Sargsyan made this statement. Maybe
                  the government has abruptly changed its policy. But such a change
                  would cause great disappointment to many people in Nagorno-Karabakh,
                  especially for the current political leaders in the region,'' Matthew
                  Bryza said.

                  Recall that in recent days Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan made a
                  statement about Armenian ownership of Nagorno-Karabakh and seven
                  adjacent regions that are occupied by Armenian military forces. The
                  announcement was made during the sixth meeting of the State Commission
                  for the coordination of events of the centennial of the Armenian
                  genocide. "When I say Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh is an integral part of
                  it, which is among the most militarized areas of the planet," the
                  Armenian President said.


                  http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/Matth...-puzzling.html
                  Matthew Bryza's wife is a Turk and he lives in Constantinople

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

                    Dont know if anyone mentioned it but it was a shooting range between talish and mataghis the azeris hit when 4 armenians was killed and 16 wounded, they must have been using uavs.

                    http://razm.info/73075

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                      U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SPEAKER JOHN BOEHNER ACCUSED OF CORRUPT TIES WITH AZERBAIJAN

                      17:57 28/09/2015 " POLITICS

                      The scandal around the sensational and suspicious congressional visits
                      to Azerbaijan takes new turn in the U.S. Congress. CNN reported
                      that John Boehner, the Speaker of the House of Representatives and
                      Republican Party member, announced his resignation and said he intended
                      to leave Congress at the end of October.

                      The Azerbaijani website Haqqin.az claims that one of the reasons John
                      Boehner resigned is an Azerbaijan visit of a group of congressional
                      representatives in May 2013, which was sponsored by SOCAR (the State
                      Oil Company of Azerbaijan).

                      Haqqin.az notes that the U.S. Congress regulations demand the
                      parliamentarians to agree on such trips at the Office of Congressional
                      Ethics. The scandal around the congressional trip to Azerbaijan
                      burst out long ago. However, it has not calmed down yet, taking new
                      turn with the Ethics Committee saying it found no violations in the
                      American legislators' Baku trip in 2013. The website reports about
                      a possible reinvestigation of the congressional representatives'
                      Azerbaijan trip after Boehner's resignation.

                      The National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) published an article by
                      Peter Flaherty, who claims John Boehner's Speakership was a setback for
                      Congressional ethics. "He backslid on a number of important reforms,
                      and helped to return the Ethics Committee to its traditional role of
                      covering up wrongdoing by incumbent members of Congress," Flaherty
                      writes.

                      He points out that Boehner ally Rep. Charles Dent (R-PA), the Chairman
                      of the Ethics Committee, is currently orchestrating a whitewash of
                      apparent House rules violations related to a junket by ten House
                      members to Azerbaijan in 2013. Flaherty highlights that Azerbaijan is
                      "one of the most corrupt governments on earth."

                      On July 31, the Ethics Committee announced that it had found "no
                      evidence" that the ten broke House rules. It plans "no further action
                      regarding this matter and considers it closed." For ethics groups,
                      however, the matter is far from closed. In fact, both liberal and
                      conservative groups, along with reform advocates like Norm Ornstein,
                      are demanding the Committee release a report on the trip compiled by
                      a separate entity, the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE).

                      According to the OCE report, the junket was sponsored by nonprofit
                      groups, but was actually paid for by SOCAR. "We believe that the
                      report will confirm that the Committee covered up obvious violations
                      of House rules," NLPC Chairman Ken Boehm asserted.

                      "It is no mystery what SOCAR wanted from Congress. A partner with
                      the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) in the huge Shah Deniz gas
                      field, it successfully sought an exemption from Iran sanctions,"
                      Flaherty points.

                      The OCE report was referred to the Ethics Committee, but has not been
                      made public. It was leaked to the Washington Post, which described
                      its contents on May 13. The report alleges ten House members broke
                      House Rules when they took the 2013 trip to a conference in Baku,
                      Azerbaijan, courtesy of SOCAR. Also enjoying free trips were 32 staff
                      members. Some House members offered the defense that they did not
                      know SOCAR underwrote the trip, but the OCE investigators detailed
                      how conference meeting rooms were festooned with banners with SOCAR's
                      logo, the author writes.

                      OCE apparently acted in response to a July 2014 story in the
                      Houston Chronicle describing the trip. In addition to SOCAR, BP,
                      ConocoPhillips and KBR also helped to pay the costs of the event,
                      estimated at $1.5 million. Those costs included $100,000 for hotels,
                      $75,000 for food and entertainment, and $1.2 million for travel and
                      other expenses. NLPC provided significant background information for
                      the Chronicle story, which described how nonprofit organizations were
                      apparently used as fronts to launder the prohibited corporate funding.

                      Flaherty stresses that when sponsoring Congressional travel, nonprofit
                      leaders must certify under oath that they have not received money
                      from corporations that lobby Congress. Unlike House rules violations,
                      lying under oath is criminal.

                      "Given the reformist bent and energy of many Tea Party-supported
                      Republicans whose election made Boehner's Speakership possible, it's
                      sadly ironic that Boehner preferred the old ways of doing business,"
                      the author concludes.

                      Related: The New York Times: Congressmen traveled to Baku with freebies
                      The Washington Post: State Oil Company of Azerbaijan secretly spent
                      hundreds of thousands of dollars on US Congressmen ANCA insists on
                      release of report on SOCAR's funding of US Congressmen's trip to
                      Azerbaijan Rights groups demand Ethics Committee not to hide findings
                      on U.S.

                      Congressmen's Baku trip

                      http://www.panorama.am/en/politics/2.../john-boehner/
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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