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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Armenian Army
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        UN register. in 2014 Armenia imported 130 sniper rifles and 55 Italian made handguns.

        http://razm.info/75109
        Armenian Military Portal

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            Originally posted by HyeFighter2 View Post
            UN register. in 2014 Armenia imported 130 sniper rifles and 55 Italian made handguns.

            http://razm.info/75109
            All bought from Romania.

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              Originally posted by armnuke View Post
              All bought from Romania.
              nope, VIA Romania =) it isnt same thing, the rifles were AI 388. and pistol probably beretta for police sf
              Armenian Military Portal

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                Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                With friends like Russia, who needs enemies?
                dont worry, im sure they will balance this out.

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                  Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                  A regional air defense system is significant news. If such a system is established, Armenia would be the last place any pilot would want to bomb. This should mean building a modern radar system better then the one they had in azergayjan. Would be interesting to see the details and to see it implemented.
                  This is most likely the s400 our guys were interested in. Its gonna be funny seeing the baboons and mongols react.

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                    CSTO “Indestructible Brotherhood 2015” military exercises in Armenia
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                      85 members of Congress call upon Obama Administration to take pro-peace measures on Karabakh issue

                      12:06, 27 October, 2015
                      YEREVAN, OCTOBER 27, ARMENPRESS. Over 83 members of Congress joined Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) and Ranking Democrat Eliot Engel (D-NY) calling upon the Obama Administration to support the implementation of concrete, pro-peace measures to de-escalate aggression along the borders between Armenia, Artsakh, and Azerbaijan.

                      “Violence along the line of contact in Nagorno-Karabakh has increased dramatically, and the Administration policy of non-attribution when condemning violations isn’t working,” as “Armenpress” reports, referring to “Asbarez”, Chairman Royce explained. “It must change. In our letter, we propose a few common sense steps for the U.S. and the Minsk Group to take to deter further violence. Specifically, the call for all parties to withdraw snipers, and the proposal to deploy OSCE monitors and equip them with gunfire locator systems, provides tools to increase transparency and accountability for each and every cross-boundary violation. Ambassador Warlick should support these proposals, and press for their adoption by other Minsk Group partners,” concluded Royce.

                      The Royce-Engel letter, addressed to Ambassador Warlick – the U.S. representative to the OSCE’s Minsk Group tasked with reaching a resolution of Nagorno Karabakh-related security and status issues – specifically calls for the U.S. and OSCE to abandon their failed policy of false parity in responding to acts of aggression.

                      The letter outlines three concrete pro-peace steps that would, “in the short-term, save lives and help to avert war. Over the longer term,” the letter notes, “these steps could contribute to a comprehensive and enduring peace for all the citizens of the region:”an agreement from all sides not to deploy snipers along the line of contact, the placement of OSCE-monitored, advanced gunfire-locator systems and sound-ranging equipment to determine the source of attacks along the line of contact, as well as the deployment of additional OSCE observers along the line of contact to better monitor cease-fire violations.

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