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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    No brotherhood of nations. Exists only interest

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      Armenia and Russia to exchange information on nuclear safety (PHOTOS)
      14:19, 07.10.2015
      Region:Armenia, Russia
      Theme: Economics




      YEREVAN. – Armenia and Russia will exchange information regarding nuclear safety.

      The respective procedures have been established pursuant to the agreement that was signed Wednesday in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia.

      The document was signed by the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of Armenia, Yervand Zakharyan, and the Head of the Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation of Russia, Sergei Kiriyenko.

      Accordingly, the parties will exchange information not solely during emergency situations, but also about the current conditions of peaceful nuclear facilities.

      Furthermore, two additional documents are signed along the lines of the program toward extending the life of Armenia’s nuclear power plant.

      Russia has allocated a $30-million grant plus up to $270-million line of credit for the funding of this program.

      Armenia News - NEWS.am
      http://news.am/eng/news/289582.html

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

        Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
        "Indestructible Brotherhood" You kidding right? What do you guys think......SCTO politics or we really are brothers forever.

        Here is an Armenian na´vetÚ, characteristic of all of us.
        If you were a Turk , Eddo (thanks god you're not), you would call everybody a Kardash" but since having that unique genes,
        You would know and be ready to sink your knife in the back of that brother any time you find necessary. The meaning of brother would not be a question for you.
        But we?
        Turks are brothers, Kurds are brothers, Russians, French, Georgians, Americans.
        Really?...
        Yes, we are brothers with whomever we need to be...
        But do we know what brotherhood between nations means?
        Last edited by Hakob; 10-07-2015, 05:21 AM.

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          CSTO “Indestructible Brotherhood 2015” military exercises in Armenia







          Last edited by burjuin; 10-11-2015, 09:56 PM.

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

            CSTO “Indestructible Brotherhood 2015” military exercises in Armenia






            Last edited by burjuin; 10-12-2015, 06:42 AM.

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

              Challenges Annual Forum 2015 is launched in Yerevan

              5 OCTOBER 2015
              On October 4, 2015, in the new building of the Institute for National Strategic Studies, MOD, RA (which is going to be transformed into the National Defense Research University, MOD, RA) the Partner-State Committee’s Meeting of the International Forum Challenges of Peace Operations took place – preceding the Challenges Annual Forum launched in Yerevan on October 5.


              The Committee is an international cooperation body, which has played a key role contributing to the development of the UN’s current Peacekeeping Strategy. This is the international governing body of the Forum and decides the main priorities of the Forum’s activities. The coordination of the Committee’s activities is implemented by the International Secretariat, the headquarters of which is in Sweden.

              The States in the Committee are represented by one or several agencies, as well as by non-governmental organizations. The Republic of Armenia became the Forum’s Member in 2014 and is represented by the Institute for National Strategic Studies, MOD, RA. The Committee’s Session in Yerevan was attended by representatives from Armenia, Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the US.

              At the beginning of the Session the Members of the Committee expressed their gratitude to the Institute for National Strategic Studies, particularly, to the Head of the Institute, Advisor to the RA Minister of Defense, Doctor of Political Science, Professor, Major General Hayk Kotanjian for organizing the Annual Forum and the Session of the Committee in Armenia at a high level.

              Challenges Forum is the most reputable international organization in the field of peacekeeping, which includes 22 members – among them 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council.

              Taking into consideration the fact that the Republic of Armenia gained significant experience in the field of peace operations, as well as the successful organization of the International Strategic Policy Forum “The Integration of National and Regional Peacekeeping Capacities into the Global System of Peace Operations Based on the Principles and Standards of the UN”, organized by the Institute for National Strategic Studies MOD, RA, the CSTO Secretariat and the Joint Staff of the CSTO, the Challenges Forum made a decision to hold the Annual Forum 2015 in Armenia.

              The holding of the Forum is critical, particularly in the light of the latest tensions in international relations in different regions, in particular, under the rising violence in the Middle East. On September 29, 2015, the importance of holding this Forum in Armenia was emphasized by the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York during his meeting with the RA President Serzh Sargsyan. The Republic of Armenia actively engages in peace operations, implemented under the roof of the UN and NATO.

              This International Forum became the first international expert-level discussion dedicated to the peacekeeping strategic perspectives after the 70th Session of the UN General Assembly and the UN Peacekeeping Summit. In this regard, the Forum discussed ways of implementing the recommendations of the Report of the UN Secretary General’s Independent High-level Panel on Peace Operations (HIPPO).

              Challenges Annual Forum 2015 “Institution- and Capacity Building for Peace: Implications of the UN Review Panel’s Recommendations for Future Missions” was held on October 5-6. The Forum was attended by 100 representatives from 21 states.

              During Challenges Annual Forum 2015 “Institution- and Capacity Building for Peace: Implications of the UN Review Panel’s Recommendations for Future Missions”, held in Yerevan, the RA Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan, the RA Minister of Foreign Affairs Edward Nalbandian, and Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations of the UN Edmond Mulet delivered welcoming speeches.

              Taking into account the great importance of the Forum and its impact on the synchronization of the leading experts’ ideas about peacekeeping issues covering the scope of the World Peace, General Hayk Kotanjian suggested to rename the Forum as the Global Forum for the Challenges of Peace Operations and asked Partners’ Committee to consider the proposal and to make a decision at the next Partners’ Meeting.
              http://www.mil.am/en/news/3732






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

                Armenia’s efforts are highly valued in the peacekeeping field

                5 OCTOBER 2015
                On October 5, RA Defence Minister Seyran Ohanyan received Anne Witowsky, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Stability and Humanitarian affairs.


                Seyran Ohanyan welcomed Mrs. Witkowsky to Armenia, as well as to the RA Ministry of Defence, and stressed the importance of her attendance at the international conference on peacekeeping issues, launched in Yerevan on October 5.

                Anne Witkowsky also noted that Armenia is an important partner in the international peacekeeping and that the USA highly values Armenia’s efforts.

                During the meeting, discussions were held on the Republic of Armenia’s participation in maintaining peace and international stability operations, US-Armenian cooperation, issues related to humanitarian projects, and regional security matters
                http://www.mil.am/en/news/3735

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                  Originally posted by burjuin View Post

                  Another brother ??
                  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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                    Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                    [img]http://www.mil.am/thumbs/750x500/media/2015/10/8684.jpg[/


                    Another brother ??


                    Kardash, Kardash...

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

                      Azerbaijan continues ceasefire violations, uses artillery weapons
                      Azerbaijani armed forces continuously violated the ceasefire on the contact line with Nagorno Karabakh on the night of October 6-7.

                      According to the NKR Defense Ministry, Azerbaijani armed forces fired over 1900 shots from firearms, sniper rifles, machine guns, Istiglal anti-materiel rifle, as well as 60-mm mortars amid ceasefire violations.

                      Besides, the Azeri armed units were carrying out air force training flights 50 km away from the contact line with Nagorno Karabakh.

                      Karabakh defense forces continue controlling the situation, retaliating in case of necessity.

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