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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Azerbaijani soldier killed by Armenians

    Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. Azerbaijani army soldier Rashad Jafarzade was killed as Armenian armed forces opened fire on Azerbaijani army positions from mortars on Dec.16, Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry told APA.

    The defense ministry extended deepest condolences to the families and closed ones of the martyr and wished them patience.

    The Azerbaijani defense ministry also dismissed recent provocative information disseminated by Armenian media outlets as if Armenian military killed two Azerbaijani snipers on the contact line. “This information is groundless and doesn’t reflect the truth,” noted the ministry.

    The ministry stated that Azerbaijani armed forces fully control the operational situation on the contact line and continue taking all necessary measures to prevent Armenian diversion attempts.

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      Next few days are going to be crazy on the contact line,since it's proven that,on before or after the meetings,Azeris violate big time to show savageness and non obedience unless it's done only and only their way,even if it is thru peaceful talks.bunch of self observed cry babies

      Meeting of Armenia and Azerbaijani presidents to be held in Bern


      11:12, 17 December, 2015
      YEREVAN, DECEMBER 17, ARMENPRESS. President of the Republic of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan will conduct a working visit to Bern, Switzerland on December 18. He will meet with the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in Bern on December 19. The meeting is mediated by the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group. “Armenpress” was informed about it by the Department of Public Relations and Mass Media of the Office to the President of the Republic of Armenia.

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        Guys at frontline heads up (or down really)........everytime these two meet Aliyev makes sure they kill Armenian soldier entering negotiations.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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            Azerbaijan army makes sabotage infiltration attempts into Karabakh
            13:58, 17.12.2015
            Region:Armenia, Karabakh, Azerbaijan
            Theme: Politics


            STEPANAKERT. – Azerbaijan launched sabotage infiltration attempts last night, and in three directions of the eastern sector of the Line of Contact between the Karabakh-Azerbaijani opposing forces.

            Press service of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) Ministry of Defense informed Armenian News-NEWS.am that the vanguard units of the NKR Defense Army, however, detected this advance by the special units of the Azerbaijan army, and they pushed them back to their starting positions, also causing them casualties.

            In addition, the retreating adversary left behind several resources intended for a special operation.

            The NKR Defense Army, on the other hand, suffered no casualties during the skirmish.











            Armenia News - NEWS.am
            http://news.am/eng/news/302495.html

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              Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
              Guys at frontline heads up (or down really)........everytime these two meet Aliyev makes sure they kill Armenian soldier entering negotiations.
              Exactly,it looks like we were right,there was an infiltration by Azeri supposed commandos last night

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                I don't think these meetings are coincidental,they either had a plan,or are coming up with one


                Azerbaijani defense minister meets with Turkish counterpart in Istanbul


                Baku – APA. Azerbaijani Defense Minister, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov and Minister of National Defense of Turkey Ismet Yilmaz held a meeting on Thursday in Istanbul.
                The ministers stressed the constant development of military cooperation between the two countries and the development of the strategic partnership based on the fraternal and friendly relations during the meeting with participation of the delegations, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said on Dec.17.

                Stressing the signing of the final protocol on the outcomes of the 8th meeting of Azerbaijan-Turkey high-level military dialogue recently held in Baku, the sides discussed the prospects of development of relations between the Azerbaijani and Turkish Armed Forces, cooperation in the military, military-technical and military training spheres, opportunities of holding joint exercises, as well as several issues on bilateral and regional partnership.

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                  Originally posted by argin View Post
                  I don't think these meetings are coincidental,they either had a plan,or are coming up with one


                  Azerbaijani defense minister meets with Turkish counterpart in Istanbul


                  Baku – APA. Azerbaijani Defense Minister, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov and Minister of National Defense of Turkey Ismet Yilmaz held a meeting on Thursday in Istanbul.
                  The ministers stressed the constant development of military cooperation between the two countries and the development of the strategic partnership based on the fraternal and friendly relations during the meeting with participation of the delegations, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said on Dec.17.

                  Stressing the signing of the final protocol on the outcomes of the 8th meeting of Azerbaijan-Turkey high-level military dialogue recently held in Baku, the sides discussed the prospects of development of relations between the Azerbaijani and Turkish Armed Forces, cooperation in the military, military-technical and military training spheres, opportunities of holding joint exercises, as well as several issues on bilateral and regional partnership.
                  The Turks are feeling vulnerable, both the ones to the East and the ones to the West. Oil is below $40. The Azeri budget for next year is designed for $50. There are predictions that its going to hit $20. I think it is in our best interest to keep pushing the Azeris towards Turkey, breaking the Azeris away from the Russians. I think its also in our best interest to keep lobbying in FAVOR of Azeris hosting more things like the F1 Races and European Olympics or whatever. Pushing them to break the bank and reach into their piggy bank SOFAZ.

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                    Ոչ մարտական կորուստ Ադրբեջանի սահմանապահ զորքերում
                    Posted on Դեկտեմբեր 17, 2015 by Անահիտ Չալիկյան | Leave a comment
                    Այսօր` դեկտեմբերի 17-ին, Ադրբեջանի Ջելիլաբադի շրջանի Գյոյթեփե քաղաքում տեղակայված՝ պետական սահմանապահ ծառայության զորամասերից մեկում դեռևս անհայտ պատճառներից մահացել է Խաչմազի շրջանի Գարաջելի գյուղից զորակոչված, շարքային Յուսուֆով Էլնուր Շովքեթ օղլուն (Yusifov Elnur Şövkət oğlu)՝ ծնված 1995-ին:

                    Այս մասին գրառում է արվել ադրբեջանական ընդդիմադիր Meydan.TV կայքի ֆեյսբուքյան էջում, ըստ որի՝ սպանված զինծառայողի ծնողները պնդում են, որ իրենց որդուն ծեծելով սպանել են ու նույն օրը հուղարկավորել՝ հանցագործության հետքերը թաքցնելու համար: Յուսուֆովը ընտանիքի միակ զավակն էր, նրա զորացրմանը մնացել էր 3 ամիս:

                    Հատկանշական է, որ վերոնշյալ գրառմամբ կոչ է արվում ադրբեջանական հանրությանը հնարավորինս տարածել տեղեկությունը, քանի որ պետական մարմիններն ամեն կերպ ջանում են թաքցնել այս և նմանօրինակ այլ միջադեպերը:

                    Հիշեցնենք, որ ադրբեջանական բանակում նախորդ ոչ մարտական կորուստը գրանցվել էր դեկտեմբերի 6-ին: Ադրբեջանի Թովուզի շրջանի Ալիբեյլի գյուղի մոտակայքում տեղակայված զորամասում ենթասպան անզգուշությամբ հրազենով սպանել էր Բաքվի Յասամալի շրջանից զորակոչված զինծառայող Ադիլ Գուլիևին (Adil Quliyev)։

                    Հավելենք, որ 2015 թ. սկզբից սա Ադրբեջանի զինված ուժերում և պաշտպանական համակարգի այլ կառույցներում կորուստների հայտնի դարձած 88-րդ դեպքն է, որն արձանագրել է Razm.info կայքը:

                    http://razm.info/78294

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                      One more good thing from our side...

                      ԱՄՆ-ն դուրս է բերել Թուրքիայում տեղակայած F-15C կործանիչները

                      http://razm.info/78261

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