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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Oil prices drop results in economic crisis in Azerbaijan


    YEREVAN, OCTOBER 24, ARMENPRESS. The price of the Azerbaijani Azeri LT CIF crude, transported via Georgian ports of Supsa, Batumi and Ceyhan and sold on the world markets, fell by 0,32 USD, or by 0,64%.

    “Armenpress” reports that report.az news informs about this, mentioning that the prize for Azeri LT CIF crude oil is $48.83 per barrel.

    The lowest price for Azeri LT CIF crude was recorded in 2001 at $19,15 per barrel and the highest price was recorded in 2008 at $149, 66 per barrel.

    Natig Jafarli, the executive secretary of Azerbaijani “Republican Alternative” movement told the journalists that 66% of the state-budget depends on crude revenues and the foreign trade depends on crude by 95%.

    “Turan” agency says that according to 2015 forecasts budgetary revenues will drop by 20,84%. In 2016, government spending will drop by 22,9%.

    World oil prices and Manat exchange rate drop in Azerbaijani resulted in economic crisis: a number of oil companies have closed leaving thousands unemployed.

    Oil price is estimated at $90 in 2015 Azerbaijan state budget. Currently, its price is by $41 lower than the foreseen.

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

      Engineer battalion exercises

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

        Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
        While she slaughters turks in Syria....I swear people are so retarded. Almost a century of no Turkish invasion thanks to Russian protection and idiots still do not understand xxxx. I want to see how this could have happened without Russia? No you have no answers, ever, never, but hey don't let that stop you from pissing on the only one who guards you. Yeh we have no real airforce now and without Russia you think we would? On what budget? How? ... I am sure logic and reason are far above your comprehension but do not worry USA will arm ISIS and they will surely protect all Armenians...
        Russia is only propping up her last remaining ally in the region, Syria. It's only a coincidence that ISIS and some radical groups are the ones it needs to combat. If Russia could have used Isis or any revel groups to prop up asad it would. Russian actions in the Donbass and Chechnya suggest that even Russia would fund rebels in a country to destabilize a region and pave way for invasion.

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

          Russia supplied 65 tanks, 118 artillery systems to Azerbaijan in 2014: UN


          October 24, 2015 - 12:21 AMT
          PanARMENIAN.Net - Russia unveiled data on arms transfers to the UN register of conventional arms for 2014.
          According to the document, Russia exported 65 battle tanks, 78 armored combat vehicles and 118 large caliber artillery systems (howitzers, cannons, MLRS and larger than 100-mm mortars) to Azerbaijan.
          Russia reported nothing on weapons' supply to Armenia for that period.
          2013 data show that Russia exported 10 combat tanks, 10 armored combat vehicles, 438 large caliber combat systems, 25 attack helicopters to Azerbaijan, and 35 battle tanks, 200 missiles and 50 missile launchers, 110 armored combat vehicles to Armenia.

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

            Originally posted by argin View Post
            Russia supplied 65 tanks, 118 artillery systems to Azerbaijan in 2014: UN


            October 24, 2015 - 12:21 AMT
            PanARMENIAN.Net - Russia unveiled data on arms transfers to the UN register of conventional arms for 2014.
            According to the document, Russia exported 65 battle tanks, 78 armored combat vehicles and 118 large caliber artillery systems (howitzers, cannons, MLRS and larger than 100-mm mortars) to Azerbaijan.
            Russia reported nothing on weapons' supply to Armenia for that period.
            2013 data show that Russia exported 10 combat tanks, 10 armored combat vehicles, 438 large caliber combat systems, 25 attack helicopters to Azerbaijan, and 35 battle tanks, 200 missiles and 50 missile launchers, 110 armored combat vehicles to Armenia.
            With friends like Russia, who needs enemies?

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

              Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
              With friends like Russia, who needs enemies?
              Now you have changed your rhetoric towards Russia to opposite sides in this comment.
              I agree more with your explanation earlier for Russian business relation with Azeris and Turks, and how it is necessary to influence that relationship with intelligent and balanced ways that serve our interest.
              Actually even Vrej1915 has had some focus on this issues.
              That is a very necessary approach that we must have, otherwise that business relations can overpower our interests, if we don't counter.
              But we have to accept that we have to deal with this relation between Russia and Turks. We have to keep our ally on our side or terms as much as possible.
              If we reject this, we will lose Russian support and our strategic position.

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                Open day in Erebuni air base dedicated to Russia Day. 06.12.2015






                Last edited by burjuin; 10-25-2015, 09:01 AM.

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                  Open day in Erebuni air base dedicated to Russia Day. 06.12.2015






                  Last edited by burjuin; 10-25-2015, 09:02 AM.

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                    Open day in Erebuni air base dedicated to Russia Day. 06.12.2015







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