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          Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 05:34:36 +0000 (UTC)

          AZERBAIJAN SENDS PROTEST NOTE TO US

          Trend, Azerbaijan
          Dec 15 2015

          15 December 2015

          Azerbaijan sent a protest note to the US in connection with a meeting
          of the OSCE Minsk Group's US Co-chair James Warlick with the "foreign
          minister" of the separatist regime created by Armenia in Azerbaijan's
          occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region.

          The protest note was handed over to the US Ambassador in Baku Robert
          Cekuta by Deputy Foreign Minister Mahmud Mammadguliyev, said the
          press office of the Foreign Ministry of Azerbaijan.

          "Participation of the OSCE Minsk Group's US co-chair in the activities
          aimed against the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan
          is completely contrary to the mandate of a co-chairing institution of
          the Minsk Group, and casts shadow on its neutrality and impartiality,"
          read the protest note.

          "Such a step is also contrary to the official policy of the US on the
          non-recognition of legitimacy of the situation created through the
          use of force against Azerbaijan's territorial integrity, accompanied
          with ethnic cleansing, flagrant violation of international norms and
          principles," the document said.

          In its note, Azerbaijan also informed the US Department of State that
          creation of conditions in the US for the so-called representatives
          of the separatist regime for participation in public campaigns and
          other activities there, don't help to achieve progress in the talks
          over the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, but rather exacerbates a process
          that is already complicated.

          Azerbaijan also stressed that the lack of an adequate response to
          the provocative actions of Armenia leads to an increase in Yerevan's
          sense of impunity.

          Azerbaijan expressed hope that the US will remain committed to
          implementation of internationally agreed resolutions and decisions,
          as well as to non-recognition of the illegal regime created by Armenia
          in the occupied Azerbaijani territories.

          The conflict between the two South Caucasus countries began in 1988
          when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan.

          As a result of the ensuing war, in 1992 Armenian armed forces occupied
          20 percent of Azerbaijan, including the Nagorno-Karabakh region and
          seven surrounding districts.

          The two countries signed a ceasefire agreement in 1994. The co-chairs
          of the OSCE Minsk Group, Russia, France and the US are currently
          holding peace negotiations.

          Armenia has not yet implemented the UN Security Council's four
          resolutions on the liberation of the Nagorno-Karabakh and the
          surrounding regions.

          http://en.trend.az/azerbaijan/politics/2469863.html
          Hayastan or Bust.

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            MOSCOW WARNING: RUSSIA SLAMS TURKEY OVER "COUNTERPRODUCTIVE" STANCE ON KARABAKH

            Karabakh | 15.12.15 | 10:13

            Alexander Lukashevich

            A senior Russian diplomat has warned Turkey against supporting
            Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict following statements by
            Ankara officials about their efforts to help Baku regain control over
            the disputed region.

            In comments on the Rossiya-24 TV channel on Monday, Aleksandr
            Lukashevich, who currently serves as Russia's ambassador to the
            Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's (OSCE)
            headquarters in Vienna, said that Turkey's position runs counter to
            international efforts to broker a Karabakh settlement.

            "Such a position is not supported in the OSCE," said Lukashevich,
            reminding that Russia, along with the United States and France,
            carries the main burden of the mediatory mission as a Minsk Group
            co-chair country. He said that while Turkey is also a member of the
            Minsk Group, "the leading role [in the Karabakh peace process] is
            reserved for the three co-chairs."

            "Therefore, attempts to defend one of the parties to the conflict in
            Nagorno-Karabakh are absolutely destructive and cannot have any
            continuation," Lukashevich emphasized.

            The senior Russian diplomat's remarks come amid continuing tensions in
            the relations between Moscow and Ankara that followed the November 24
            downing by a Turkish fighter jet of a Russian warplane near the
            Syrian-Turkish border.

            Late last month Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Foreign
            Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu paid separate visits to Baku reassuring
            Azerbaijan's leadership of Ankara's support in the Karabakh conflict
            resolution. Cavusoglu, in particular, also criticized the American,
            Russian and French mediators for failing to achieve a Karabakh
            settlement acceptable to Azerbaijan.

            The statements were taken by some analysts and politicians in Moscow
            as Turkey's intention to "open a second front" against Russia in the
            Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone.

            Tensions near Nagorno-Karabakh and along the volatile
            Armenian-Azerbaijani border have increased in recent days amid efforts
            of the mediators to organize a fresh Armenian-Azerbaijani summit. The
            Minsk Group co-chairs say such a meeting between Armenian President
            Serzh Sargsyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev could be held
            before the end of the year.

            Russia is Armenia's key political and military ally and has a military
            base in Armenian soil. Armenia is also a member of the Collective
            Security Treaty Organization, a defense pact of six former Soviet
            nations led by Russia.

            http://armenianow.com/karabakh/68676...er_lukashevich
            Hayastan or Bust.

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              Armenia and Greece to deepen military and technical cooperation

              YEREVAN. - The Minister of Defense of Armenia, Seyran Ohanyan, highly appreciates the level of military and technical cooperation with Greece.

              At a joint briefing today with the visiting Minister of National Defense of Greece, Panagiotis Kammenos, Ohanyan said that the necessary legal framework is available for the development of that cooperation.

              During the talks held today, the ministers discussed the key directions of cooperation - military education, peacekeeping actions, preparation of a special operations detachment, as well as military and technical cooperation. The sides also touched on the regional issues. Ohanyan briefed his counterpart on the situation round the settlement of the Karabakh conflict.

              For his part, Panagiotis Kammenos noted the importance of cooperation between the two brotherly nations. “The development of the military and technical cooperation will also positively impact the economy of both countries,” the Minister said, reminding the proverb “If you want peace, prepare for war.”

              http://news.am/eng/news/302364.html

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                Greece Defense Minister compares Turkey with Goliath

                YEREVAN. - The history of the Armenian and Greek nations is written with blood and is full of victims. Minister of National Defense of Greece, Panagiotis Kammenos, said the aforementioned at a joint briefing with the Minister of Defense of Armenia, Seyran Ohanyan.

                According to the Greek Minister, many joint events were held in the year marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide and Pontic Greeks. “The people who forget their history, die,” he said.

                In the words of Mr Panagiotis Kammenos, Turkey’s Armed Forces continue violating the sea borders and airspace of Greece; occupation of part of Cyprus is continuing. “But the Armed Forces of Greece are in excellent condition; the cooperation with NATO and Russia is developing,” he said.

                Continuing the topic of the Armenian Genocide, the Minister noted that the story of David and Goliath teaches that the winner is not always the one who is larger and physically stronger. “The one, on whose side the truth is, is stronger,” Mr Panagiotis Kammenos said.

                He also reminded that many parliaments have acknowledged the Genocide despite the resisting powerful Turkish lobby. “Armenia and Greece survived a Genocide, fought a strong adversary. When the truth is on your side, you are stronger,” the Minister said.

                http://news.am/eng/news/302358.html

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                      To stop sniper attacks by Azeris we need to use special equipements night vision mil dot sights with a light rifle. No need for 50 cal like above. Thats in war. Our problem is that very trained soldiers/snipers are taking shots at our 17 year old young inexperience soldiers. We need to counter that. Teams of two snipers together scatter the land live off the land and move positions, report activities, hunt down take out a Azeri snipers.
                      Our boys need that special training, I think few of the best have it but you need the special training more of us at contact line and inside deadman zone......... crack shot move like Ninjas......Lets see then who is going to win the sniper war.
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