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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    KARABAKH DISMISSES REPORTS ON SECRET TALKS ON CONFLICT SETTLEMENT

    17:08, 12 Nov 2015
    Siranush Ghazanchyan

    President of the Nagorno Karabakah Republic Bako Sahakyan has turned
    down the reports on alleged pressure on Armenia and Karabakh with
    a view of forcing the Armenian side to concede several liberated
    territories surrounding Nagorno Karabakh, Russian RBC reports.

    "The reports on alleged pressure on Armenia and Karabakh do not
    correspond to reality," Sahakyan told a press conference in Moscow.

    According to the President, the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh
    conflict is impossible without the direct participation of Nagorno
    Karabakh. "This should be the starting point. There has been no
    precedent in the world of a destiny of a whole nation determined
    without its participation." Therefore, he said, the format of
    negotiations determined at Budapest summit in 1994 needs to be
    restored.

    Sahakyan reiterated his earlier position that the return of Nagorno
    Karabakh under Azerbaijani jurisdiction is impossible.

    The NKR President blamed Baku for the escalation of situation at the
    line of contact. He said Baku's actions should be taken seriously. "We
    cannot view this as a simple game. Unfortunately, many people are
    dying."

    http://www.armradio.am/en/2015/11/12...ct-settlement/
    Hayastan or Bust.

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

      This is just a sad attempt at turning Armenia anti Russian. Besides, do you really think the Russians would wanna lose all their south Caucasus influence because of Azerbaijans whining? Why the hell would a super power like Russia listen to azeri orders lol

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

        Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
        This is just a sad attempt at turning Armenia anti Russian. Besides, do you really think the Russians would wanna lose all their south Caucasus influence because of Azerbaijans whining? Why the hell would a super power like Russia listen to azeri orders lol
        Well i am not saying the deal is happening, but that is a very good way to prepare the armenian citizens. You know the idea of giving away agdam and other regions is becoming normal for some or at least we are talking about it.That might be a well prepared longterm strategy.

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          All talks about unilaterally giving away territory is garbage, any Armenian government will be toppled if it happens just like with what happened to Levon Ter-Petrosyan. But stop blaming Russians for everything, some people want to see Russia everywhere to justify their own bias/hatred against Russians. When Serzh Sargsyan was Defense Minister, he moronically said "Aghdam is not Armenian"... sometimes we moronically shoot ourselves in the foot. We made many mistakes with Artsakh from the start and can blame only ourselves. Like not recognizing Artsakh in 1993 while we had military momentum, like not pushing for Artsakh to be a party on negotiating table in 1993 alongside Armenia etc. Letting Madrid principles (not Russia) dictate that we unilaterally give back territories is another one of our own mistakes.

          The good news is, that's why Artsakh talks aren't going anywhere and will never go anywhere. This will be resolved in the next war.

          As a side note, Tigranakert ruins are officially in Aghdam. You think we will hand that over?
          Last edited by Federate; 11-12-2015, 05:15 PM.
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            Armenia earns NATO operational certification






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              Պաշտպանության բանակում հակառակորդի գնդակից զոհվել է 2 զինծառայող
              Նոյեմբեր 13, 2015

              Նոյեմբերի 12-ին` ժամը 21:00-ի սահմաններում, ՊԲ հարավային ուղղությամբ տեղակայված զորամասերից մեկի պահպանության տեղամասի մարտական հենակետում հակառակորդի գնդակից մահացել են զինծառայողներ Վահե Վարդգեսի Վանոյանը (ծնվ. 1995թ.) և Միքայել Առաքելի Թորոսյանը (ծնվ. 1996թ.): Ինչպես հաղորդում է ՊԲ մամուլի ծառայությունը, դեպքի մանրամասները պարզելու համար կատարվում է քննություն:

              Պաշտպանության բանակը կիսում է կորստյան ծանր վիշտը և իր զորակացությունը հայտնում մահացած զինծառայողների ընտանիքներին, հարազատներին և ծառայակիցներին:

              Հավելենք, որ ըստ ՊԲ տվյալների՝ հակառակորդը շարունակում է տարբեր զինատեսակների կիրառմամբ խախտել հրադադարի ռեժիմը:

              http://razm.info/76369

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

                R.i.p to them soldiers who passed away and to the three soldiers we lost at the helicopter crash exactly a year ago this day

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                  Azerbaijani armed forces eliminate 2 Armenian saboteurs



                  Baku – APA. Azerbaijani armed forces have eliminiated two members of an Armenian reconnaissance and saboteur group,the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said on Nov.13.

                  According to the ministry, on Nov.12, a reconnaissance and sabotage group of Armenian armed forces attempted to attack Azerbaijani positions on the contact line of Azerbaijani and Armenian troops.

                  Thanks to the early detection of enemy's approaching and preventive measures taken by Azerbaijani armed forces, the Armenians were forced to retreat, said the ministry.

                  According to the preliminary information, two members of the Armenian reconnaissance and sabotage group were killed and many injured.

                  Azerbaijani military suffered no loses and fully controls the operational situation, said the ministry.

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

                    In my opinion it's a good idea to let the Russians use the airport,1.with Russians using Karabakh for their strategic use,there won't be rumors and even any tought of Russia trying to negotiate lands with the azeris 2.we can fly our own planes and jets alongside,under the "Russian anti terrorism"context and thus be guaranteed a safe and operational airport.3. that will also be a big middle finger to aliyev and his big mouth



                    Artsakh Republic President not going to provide Stepanakert airport for Russia anti-terrorist operations

                    11:54, 13 November, 2015
                    YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 13, ARMENPRESS. President of the Artsakh Republic Bako Sahakyan did not say during Moscow press conference that he was going to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for anti-terrorist operations. NKR President’s spokesperson David Babayan said the aforementioned to “Armenpress” clarifying the information which initiated heated discussions in media. According to the information Bako Sahakyan declared during Moscow press conference about the readiness of Karabakh authorities to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for anti-terrorist operations.

                    “President did not say he was ready to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for fight against terrorism. He spoke of the airports’ possible participation and not its provision. President Bako Sahakyan said that once the airport was completely exploited, the issue of NKR’s participation in anti-terrorist operations might be discussed” spokesman said.

                    In reference to REGNUM publication, Babayan said that the news agency had released such information to attract more readers. There was a question and then an answer voiced that when the airport was exploited the issue of NKR’s participation in anti-terrorist operations might be discussed. Babayan added that it was an issue of the future and there was no need to hurry.

                    REGNUM news agency had spread information on November 12 that NKR President Bako Sahakyan had expressed readiness to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for anti-terrorist operations. The latter information was spread by a number of Armenian and Russian media.
                    Last edited by argin; 11-13-2015, 01:58 AM.

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

                      Originally posted by argin View Post
                      In my opinion it's a good idea to let the Russians use the airport,1.with Russians using Karabakh for their strategic use,there won't be rumors and even any tought of Russia trying to negotiate lands with the azeris 2.we can fly our own planes and jets alongside,under the "Russian anti terrorism"context and thus be guaranteed a safe and operational airport.3. that will also be a big middle finger to aliyev and his big mouth



                      Artsakh Republic President not going to provide Stepanakert airport for Russia anti-terrorist operations

                      11:54, 13 November, 2015
                      YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 13, ARMENPRESS. President of the Artsakh Republic Bako Sahakyan did not say during Moscow press conference that he was going to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for anti-terrorist operations. NKR President’s spokesperson David Babayan said the aforementioned to “Armenpress” clarifying the information which initiated heated discussions in media. According to the information Bako Sahakyan declared during Moscow press conference about the readiness of Karabakh authorities to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for anti-terrorist operations.

                      “President did not say he was ready to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for fight against terrorism. He spoke of the airports’ possible participation and not its provision. President Bako Sahakyan said that once the airport was completely exploited, the issue of NKR’s participation in anti-terrorist operations might be discussed” spokesman said.

                      In reference to REGNUM publication, Babayan said that the news agency had released such information to attract more readers. There was a question and then an answer voiced that when the airport was exploited the issue of NKR’s participation in anti-terrorist operations might be discussed. Babayan added that it was an issue of the future and there was no need to hurry.

                      REGNUM news agency had spread information on November 12 that NKR President Bako Sahakyan had expressed readiness to provide Stepanakert airport to Russia for anti-terrorist operations. The latter information was spread by a number of Armenian and Russian media.

                      Its a matter of minutes.. they can withdraw their aircrafts and boom.. Armenian Aircrafts will be targeted.

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