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

    Հայաստանը համաչափ տեղ է տալիս բոլոր զորատեսակների զարգացմանը, այդ թվում և ավիացիային. Օհանյան
    Posted on Հունվար 26, 2016 by Գարիկ Հարությունյան


    Այսօր՝ հունվարի 26-ին անցկացված մամուլի ասուլիսի ժամանակ, ՀՀ պաշտպանության նախարար Սեյրան Օհանյանն անդրադարձել է մասնավորապես նաև մարտական ավիացիայի զարգացման հարցերին:

    Ռազմինֆոյի այն հարցին, թե արդյոք օրեր առաջ հայ-ռուսական միջկառավարական հանձնաժողովի նիստի ժամանակ քննարկվել է Հայաստանի կողմից մարտական ինքնաթիռների ձեռքբերման հարցը, Սեյրան Օհանյանը պատասխանեց, որ հայկական կողմը, Հայաստանի զինված ուժերի զարգացման պլանի համաձայն, համաչափ տեղ է տալիս բոլոր զորատեսակների զարգացմանը և նոր միջոցների ձեռքբերմանը:

    Այդ խնդիրները, անկասկած, քննարկվել են հայ-ռուսական ռազմատեխնիկական համագործակցության համապատասխան միջոցառման ժամանակ, — նշեց ՀՀ պաշտպանության նախարարը:

    Ավելացնենք, որ Հայաստանի զինված ուժերի զարգացման նոր պլանն վերաբերում է 2016-2020 թթ. ժամանակահատվածին: Զինված ուժերի զարգացման պլանն ու Սպառազինության և ռազմական տեխնիկայի զարգացման պետական ծրագիրը մշակվել են 2014-2015 թթ. անցկացված Հայաստանի պաշտպանության ռազմավարական վերանայման հիման վրա, որի արդյունքներն ամփոփվել են 2015 թ. դեկտեմբերին:
    Last edited by armnuke; 01-26-2016, 10:14 AM.

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

      Translation

      Place a balanced development of all branches of services, including aviation. Ohanyan
      Posted on January 26, 2016 by Garik Harutyunyan


      Today, at a press conference held on January 26, Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan also reflected in the development of military aviation.

      Razminfoyi the question whether the Armenian-Russian intergovernmental commission for a few days before the meeting discussed the issue of Armenia's purchase of military planes, Seyran Ohanyan said that Armenia, Armenia's Armed Forces Development Plan gives equal space to all branches of the development and acquisition of new assets .

      "These problems will undoubtedly be discussed Armenian-Russian military-technical cooperation between the relevant event," said Minister of Defense.

      In the new plan concerning the development of Armenia's Armed Forces in 2016-2020. Period. Armed Forces development plan and development of arms and military equipment to the project was developed in 2014-2015. On the basis of Armenia's Strategic Defense Review, the results of which were summarized in 2015. December.

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

        Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army
        Special Forces





        Last edited by burjuin; 01-26-2016, 10:45 AM.

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

          Ադրբեջանի բանակը օկուպացրել է Ադրբեջանի տարածքները

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

            Originally posted by Joseph View Post
            For some reason, the Serbs have been kissing the Azeri's asses for some time, why is that? Surprising. Every Serb I know, and I know quite a few, hate the Turks and by extension the Azeris.
            Serbs and Armenians have way more in common with each other then with Azeris. The thing that connects Serbia to Azerbadjan is the desire for recovering lost territories from rebels.
            Hayastan or Bust.

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

              Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
              The thing that connects Serbia to Azerbadjan is the desire for recovering lost territories from rebels.
              True and the leadership in the country are under NATO control.

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

                Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                Ադրբեջանի բանակը օկուպացրել է Ադրբեջանի տարածքները

                Looks like a perfect setup for encirclement. Just one push to the northwest and it's done.

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

                  Armenia ‘Continuing’ Military Buildup

                  Armenia is continuing to acquire “long-range and precision-guided” weapons for its armed forces thanks to its close military ties with Russia, Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian said on Tuesday.

                  “Within the framework of a relevant [Russian-Armenian] agreement signed in 2013, we are ensuring their development through the acquisition of modern and compatible weaponry, military hardware and long-range and precision-guided systems,” he told a news conference. “All that is going according to plan.”

                  Ohanian gave no details of those acquisitions that were apparently discussed last week in Yerevan at a meeting of a Russian-Armenian intergovernmental commission on bilateral “military-technical cooperation.”

                  The four-day meeting was co-chaired by Konstantin Biryulin, the deputy head of a Russian government agency overseeing arms deals with foreign states, and Armenian Deputy Defense Minister Alik Mirzabekian.

                  The Armenian Defense Ministry said that the meeting discussed, among other things, Russian arms supplies. But it reported no concrete agreements to that effect.

                  In June 2015, the Russian government provided Yerevan with a $200 million loan that will be spent on the purchase of more Russian-made weapons for the Armenian army. Shortly afterwards, a Russian official revealed that the two sides are negotiating on the delivery of advanced Russian Iskander-M missiles to the Armenian army.

                  With a firing range of up to 500 kilometers, the Iskander-M systems would have significant implications for the military balance in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. They would make Azerbaijan’s vital oil and gas infrastructure even more vulnerable to Armenian missile strikes in the event of a renewed war for Karabakh.

                  Russia has not exported such missiles to any foreign state so far. Ohanian and other Armenian military officials have been reluctant comment on the possible Iskander-M deal.

                  Ohanian on Tuesday did not deny media claims that the Russian-Armenian commission also discussed the possibility of supplying Armenia with advanced Russian Su-30 fighter jets. But he declined to elaborate.

                  Armenia’s modest Air Force currently consists of more than a dozen older and less sophisticated Su-25 jets that are designed for air-to-ground missions.

                  Ohanian reportedly thanked Russia for its “huge” military assistance to Armenia when he met with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu in Moscow late last month. The two men signed an agreement on the creation of a new Russian-Armenian air defense system.

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

                    lol Armenia's military policy of the past decade. Any time someone asks do you have something, even if not ever remotely possible, just say: no specific comment, were always getting new stuff. Do you have F-22s and S-500s? maybe we do maybe we don't
                    <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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

                      Battalion tactical exercises

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