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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Armenia and Karabakh Presidents visit a number of Defense Army military units


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      Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
      In my opinion Turkey is a bigger threat than the U.S , especially to Armenia and Armenians. They see no limit in barbarity
      We are getting targeted/hammered by purpose in Syria with a bunch of Armenian Fedayees to defend the neighborhoods.

      Why the Armenian government or Artsakh President do something by sending peacekeepers for Armenians and orgenize their departure from Syria.
      B0zkurt Hunter


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          Esi Khelke haci het kerela.

          Let not anyone expect us to remain silent about violation of our borders - Erdogan

          “We had been giving warnings for such an incident not to happen”

          Baku. Malahat Najafova - APA. "Let not anyone expect us to remain silent about violation of our borders,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at the meeting of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) held in Istanbul, APA reported.

          Speaking of the downing of a Russian warplane on Tuesday, he reiterated that the Russian warplane had violated Turkish airspace.

          One of the planes flied back, while the other went on violating the border. It later became clear that the downed warplane was Russian. The UN and NATO were given necessary information in this regard. They claim to be fighting ISIL there, whereas there is no known ISIL presence in that area. Let no one fool another. We had been giving warnings for such an incident not to happen. And we had informed our neighbor through various channels of our sensitivity. We have always stated our peaceful stance. However, no one should expect us to remain silent about disturbance of our border security. Of course, we have no intention of escalating the incident. We are just defending our security and our brothers. A week ago, people began moving towards our borders from the north of Latakia – the area inhabited by Bayır-Bucak Turkmens. We have begun to receive our compatriots, our relatives, fleeing the heavy bombardment and settle them in camps in Hatay. To prevent further waives of migration into our country, we will continue to take necessary measures and do our part to ensure the Syrian people’s stability and security,” said Erdogan.


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            Can we expect any sales of special forces weapons?as far as I know we obtained many snipers from Serbia in the past,so transparent that Wikipedia even mentions

            Serbia Defense Minister off for official visit to Armenia
            A Serbian delegation, headed by Defense Minister Bratislav Gasic will arrive Tuesday, November 24, in Armenia on a two-day official visit, Armenia’s Defense Ministry press office reports.

            Diplomatic relations between Armenia and Serbia were established on January 14, 1993. The governments of the two countries signed an agreement on Air Service Cooperation on April 5, 2011, also agreeing on the abolition of visa requirements for the holders of diplomatic passports of both countries.


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              Happy birthday to the role model hero,without him the outcome of artsakh war would be like fishing in muddy waters,salut to the fallen

              “We are in ceasefire, guys, do not shoot”: Today is Armenia National Hero Monte Melkonian's birthday

              11:04, 25 November, 2015
              YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 25, ARMENPRESS. If we lose Artsakh, it will be the last page of the History of Armenia. Author of the abovementioned call on vigilance addressed to the Armenian people and those in the battlefield Monte Melkonian would become 57 on November 25.

              “Armenpress” reports that Monte Melkonian who was born on November 25, 1957 in the United States of America learnt about his Armenian origins when he was 12. At 15 he travelled to 41 countries of Europe, Africa and the Middle East with parents, as well as visited Western Armenia. Monte entered the University of California, Berkeley aged 20, majoring in ancient Asian history and Archeology. He founded “Armenian Student Union” during university years and organized an exhibition dedicated to the Armenian Genocide. He received scholarship for doctoral thesis at the University of Oxford. However, Monte did not leave for Britain; he left for Western Armenia to study rock-cut tombs and dwellings of Vaspurakan. In 1991 Monte came to Armenia and he worked in the National Academy of Sciences for 8 years.

              On February 4, 1992 Melkonian arrived in Martuni as the regional commander. Upon his arrival the changes were immediately felt: civilians started feeling more secure and at peace as Azeri armies were pushed back and were finding it increasingly difficult to shell Martuni's residential areas with GRAD missiles.

              Monte was killed in the abandoned village of Merzili in the early afternoon of June 12, 1993 during the Battle of Aghdam. According to Markar Melkonian, Monte's older brother and author of his biography, Monte died in the waning hours of the evening by enemy fire during an unexpected skirmish that broke out with several Azerbaijani soldiers who had gotten lost. Monte died in the arms of his closest and most trusted comrade.

              Monte Melkonian was posthumously awarded with the titles of the Hero of Armenia and Hero of Artsakh, Order of the Combat Cross of the First Degree of NKR, the order of “Gold Eagle” etc.

              One of the memories about Monte is how Monte treated ceasefire and its violation.

              “We are in ceasefire, guys, do not shoot,” he used to order the soldiers.

              “What if the rival shoots?” “Then blow their doors off,” Monte used to answer.


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                  Armenia and Karabakh Presidents visit a number of Defense Army military units


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                    More Escalations can happen.

                    Turkey raised the level of all types of troops

                    Syrian border military aircraft to fly more

                    Baku - APA . Turkish Armed Forces General Staff of the Syrian border, increased the number of flights on military aircraft.

                    APA , APA reports quoting to AFP, after the Syrian border, the Turkish Air Force 18 "F16" will carry out flights of military aircraft.

                    Staff of all land and air troops took command of the troops. "CNN Turk" According to WHO, reached the highest level of all types of troops.

                    It should be noted that the Russian leadership, "Su-24" military aircraft after the incident, the Syrian military base in the "S-400" has decided to send anti-aircraft missiles.


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                      11:33, 25.11.2015
                      Region:Armenia, Karabakh, Azerbaijan
                      Theme: Politics

                      The adversary violated the ceasefire along the Line of Contact
                      between the Karabakh-Azerbaijani opposing forces around 40 times,
                      from Tuesday to early Wednesday morning.

                      During this time Azerbaijan fired more than 900 shots at the Armenian
                      military positions, and by way of rifle weaponry.

                      But vanguard units of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Defense Army are
                      in command of the operative situation, and they continue confidently
                      carrying out their military task.

                      But vanguard units of the Karabakh Defense Army are in command of the operative situation…
                      Hayastan or Bust.