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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    If a conflict arises between Turkey and Russia, what are the chances that the Kurds will rebel against the Turks and support Russia? from what I heard, Kurds and Russians get along pretty well and it would be very devastating having 20 million Kurds fighting inside Turkey.

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      Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
      what are the chances that the Kurds will rebel against the Turks
      They have be rebelling against turks for ages.
      I am coming to the conclusion that Kurds are just happy to be Kurds in other's nation. They just don’t want any responsibility on running a nation. They are good fighters also very gullible.
      Also, you can tell how often they had sex by counting their kids.

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        Originally posted by Azad View Post
        They have be rebelling against turks for ages.
        I am coming to the conclusion that Kurds are just happy to be Kurds in other's nation. They just don’t want any responsibility on running a nation. They are good fighters also very gullible.
        Also, you can tell how often they had sex by counting their kids.
        Ik they have been rebelling for ages, but thats because they virtually had no foreign support. What if Russia arms them to the teeth? Along with other nations

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          Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
          Ik they have been rebelling for ages, but thats because they virtually had no foreign support. What if Russia arms them to the teeth? Along with other nations
          Russia cares less for that part of the world other than making sure it has a place to dock its navy. Also making sure oil and gas pipelines do not take a detour from Russia’s interest into the Mediterranean.

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            They should first normalize with Russia then think about their pig Azeri brothers


            New Turkish government will do its utmost for liberation of Azerbaijan’s occupied territories - Davutoglu

            Baku. Malahat Najafova – APA. New Turkish government will do its utmost for the liberation of Azerbaijan’s occupied territories, mainly Nagorno-Karabakh and elimination of tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia, says the 64th government program prepared by Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.

            He also noted that Turkey will make efforts to normalize Armenian-Azerbaijani relations.

            “We think that it is the only way to restore peace, security and prosperity in the Caucasus. Turkey-Azerbaijan-Georgia, Turkey-Azerbaijan-Iran and Turkey-Azerbaijan-Turkmenistan tripartite formats, we established in the Caucasus have begun to yield results. Trade with the countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia increased. Further expansion of ties and further strengthening of the Turkish Council in these areas are one of our main goals,” he said.

            The program also says that the TANAP project will be carried out during this period under intergovernmental agreement signed between Turkey and Azerbaijan.

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






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

                Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
                If a conflict arises between Turkey and Russia, what are the chances that the Kurds will rebel against the Turks and support Russia? from what I heard, Kurds and Russians get along pretty well and it would be very devastating having 20 million Kurds fighting inside Turkey.
                Russia provides 70 percent of Turkey's oil and gas. The rest comes from Iran.

                If war starts between Russia and Turkey by cutting off the energy.......the massive Turkish military machine will come to an abrupt halt.
                B0zkurt Hunter

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

                  UNITED ARMENIAN FUND
                  1101 N. Pacific Avenue # 204
                  Glendale, CA 91202
                  Tel: 818.241.8900
                  Fax: 818.241.6900

                  PRESS RELEASE
                  November 25, 2015


                  United Armenian Fund Ends Humanitarian Shipments to Armenia


                  GLENDALE, CA - The Board of Directors of the United Armenian Fund announced
                  that the non-profit organization will end its operations on November 30,
                  2015, following the recent passing away of its main benefactor, Mr. Kirk
                  Kerkorian, preceded by the closing down of his Lincy Foundation.

                  After 26 years of providing humanitarian aid to Armenia and Artsakh, the
                  five major Armenian-American religious and charitable organizations that
                  formed the UAF have decided to concentrate their attention and resources on
                  other projects that they sponsor and fund in Armenia and the Diaspora.

                  The leaders of UAF member organizations expressed their gratitude to Mr.
                  Kerkorian for his generosity, who through his Lincy Foundation, contributed
                  tens of millions of dollars over the past quarter century to fund the UAF$B!G(Bs
                  operations, including the shipment of hundreds of millions of dollars of
                  relief supplies to Armenia and Artsakh by air and sea.

                  The UAF was formed shortly after the devastating 1988 earthquake in Armenia
                  to provide much needed humanitarian aid to the destitute survivors in the
                  earthquake zone. But, after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the
                  blockade of Armenia by Turkey and Azerbaijan, the UAF decided to expand its
                  mission to include the entire population of Armenia and Artsakh.

                  Over the years the UAF acquired, shipped and distributed all types of relief
                  supplies, including medicines and medical equipment, agricultural equipment,
                  seeds, computers, books, toys, winter clothing and shoes to hospitals,
                  clinics, schools, orphanages, and hundreds of charitable organizations
                  throughout Armenia and Artsakh.

                  The UAF Board of Directors thanked the many generous donors who contributed
                  large quantities of vital goods and supplies to the UAF ever since 1989. The
                  Board also commended the UAF staff -- President Harut Sassounian and
                  Administrative Assistant Nouritza Abujamra -- for their dedicated service to
                  the organization and the needs of the people in Armenia and Artsakh.

                  In the past 26 years, the UAF has delivered to Armenia and Artsakh a total
                  of $720 million worth of relief supplies on board 159 airlifts and 2,260 sea
                  containers.


                  The UAF is the collective effort of the Armenian General Benevolent Union,
                  Armenian Missionary Association of America, Armenian Relief Society, Diocese
                  of the Armenian Church of America, and Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic
                  Church of America.

                  For more information, contact the UAF office at 1101 North Pacific Avenue,
                  Suite 204, Glendale, CA 91202 or call (818) 241-8900.
                  Hayastan or Bust.

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









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                      ARMENIAN, AZEBAIJANI FMS COULD MEET IN TBILISI TODAY

                      15:38, 26 Nov 2015
                      Siranush Ghazanchyan

                      The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan could meet in Tbilisi
                      today , Armenia's Deputy FM Shavarsh Kocharyan told reporters today.

                      Edward Nalbandian and Elmar Mammadyarov are attending an informal
                      Eastern Partnership meeting in Georgia.

                      What are the expectations from the meeting? Shavarsh Kocharyan said
                      "there can be expectations only in case Azerbaijan puts an end to its
                      "everything or nothing" approach and refuses from the idea of seizing
                      a favorable solution by force."

                      The Deputy Foreign Minister said he has no serious anticipations. "On
                      the other hand, it does not mean such meetings are not necessary.

                      Meetings and talks are held even between countries in war."

                      Commenting on the possible impact of the Russian-Turkish relations
                      on Armenia, Kocharyan said: "This is a question involving our ally
                      on one hand and our immediate neighbor on the other hand. Therefore,
                      we should keep an eye on the developments."

                      http://www.armradio.am/en/2015/11/26...tbilisi-today/
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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