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

    "January 26: two more banks bid farewell today: United Credit Bank and NBC Bank's license was revoked
    January 27:Two more banks lose their license in Azerbaijan: Caucasus Development Bank (Qafqaz Inkisaf Bank) and AtraBank"

    Baboon economics 101

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      Originally posted by AstalaVist View Post
      As you all know we will have a military parade this year.

      I have some predictions of what kind of new equipment we might see after 4 years.

      New things that we will see for sure,

      1-2K12 Kub
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2K12_Kub

      2-Pachora 2M
      https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...launcher_1.jpg

      3-9K35 Strela-10
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9K35_Strela-10

      4-Milan ATGM
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MILAN

      5- Igla-S
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9K38_Igla

      --

      New things we will probably see,

      1-AR1A
      http://www.military-today.com/artillery/ar1a.htm

      2-PT-72U (Polish modernized t-72)
      http://www.army-guide.com/eng/product4631.html

      Things we might see,

      1-BM-30 Smerch
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BM-30_Smerch

      2- Pantsir S1
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantsir-S1

      3- Iskander M
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9K720_Iskander

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      We already know that we are trying to acquire mid/long range balistic missiles from Russia. We even took 200 m. credit for that purpose. Are we really going to buy Iskender? Is it realistic? We will find out the answer after 7 months.

      What are your predictions?
      The kubs were delivered to karabagh,as i mentioned when i first joined this thread,there is a video proof posted in the zinuj show on armenia 1 showing that armenia has the buk m-1 so it will be probably present;the pechora will most probably be present in the parade,the army already showed them to the media,the strela and the igla-s will definitely be present, as for the ar-1a,i have no idea,the pt-72u will hopefully be in the parade, the biggest surprises will be the presence of the bm-30 and the iskander.the pantsir s-1 will not be in the show as much as i want it to be but sadly it won't be present

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        Armenia Armed Forces have two new generals
        18:38, 27.01.2016
        Region:Armenia
        Theme: Politics



        YEREVAN. - Armenian Armed Forces have two new generals.

        According to the Article 55 (16) of the amendments to the Armenian Constitution, as well as Article 38 of the Law on Joining the Military Service, President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan awarded the title of Major General to the Head of the Military Police of Armenia, Colonel Samvel Ghukasyan.

        Upon another decree of the President, the title of Major General was awarded to the Head of the Combat Readiness Department at the Armenian Armed Forces, Colonel Tiran Khachatryan.

        A number of other servicemen were awarded 1st and 2nd class medals for Military Service, Courage and Services to the Homeland.

        Armenia News - NEWS.am
        http://news.am/eng/news/308509.html

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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          and he's not a corpulent fat body like several of the generals
          General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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              In today's above posts I see more posts that indicate we are going to acquire the su 30. But I see no mention of the "SM" designation. Just a straight su 30 is an exceptional aircraft and definitely fills a gap that's always been empty for us, leaving us completly dependent on Russia to fill a gap that is absolutely nessecary. But the SM designation would mean current state of the art.
              If we get the SM model it would mean probably for the first time we are starting from the top of the shelf.
              Considering what the hominoids to our west did to Russia , I'm going guess (hope) we are get the serial modernization (SM) package as that would put us straight up capable with any fighter the western backstabbing / lieing / genociders have.
              No matter what block of f 16 they (hominoid) got, the f 16 don't got the crank power of any su 30 and the SM has even more crank than normal 30 cause engines are latest version. And again, no 16 has TVN. SM does.
              I'm hoping
              HARK

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                http://www.janes.com/article/57500/a...spending-by-40

                Azerbaijan to cut defence spending by 40%

                Craig Caffrey, London - IHS Jane's Defence Industry
                26 January 2016

                Budgetary documentation published by Azerbaijan's Ministry of Finance suggests that total defence spending in the country will fall by 39.7% in 2016.

                While core expenditure on defence will increase by 3.3% to AZN1.838 billion (USD1.149 billion), the separate annual allocation for defence-related "special projects and activities" has not been included. This additional allocation, which is thought to represent the bulk of procurement expenditure, has been part of the Azeri budget since 2011 and has generally accounted for around 40% of total defence spending since then.

                Azerbaijan has reduced state spending for 2016 as a result of falling revenues from the energy sector.
                General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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                  Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                  In today's above posts I see more posts that indicate we are going to acquire the su 30. But I see no mention of the "SM" designation. Just a straight su 30 is an exceptional aircraft and definitely fills a gap that's always been empty for us, leaving us completly dependent on Russia to fill a gap that is absolutely nessecary. But the SM designation would mean current state of the art.
                  If we get the SM model it would mean probably for the first time we are starting from the top of the shelf.
                  Considering what the hominoids to our west did to Russia , I'm going guess (hope) we are get the serial modernization (SM) package as that would put us straight up capable with any fighter the western backstabbing / lieing / genociders have.
                  No matter what block of f 16 they (hominoid) got, the f 16 don't got the crank power of any su 30 and the SM has even more crank than normal 30 cause engines are latest version. And again, no 16 has TVN. SM does.
                  I'm hoping
                  The first report in Armenian that was on news.am said SU-30SM. I pretty much believe not too many authors are aware of the variants and thus did not list them.

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                    We'll see if anything comes of this but doubtful. EU/US etc likes to play the false equivalency game with Armenians


                    http://www.armradio.am/en/2016/01/27...farov-release/

                    European Court: Azerbaijan and Hungary answerable over case of Ramil Safarov release
                    22:40, 27 Jan 2016Siranush Ghazanchyan

                    The Governments of Azerbaijan and Hungary have been asked by the European Court of Human Rights to respond formally to a case brought by the relatives of Armenian army officer Gurgen Margaryan, who was murdered by Azerbaijani officer Ramil Safarov in Budapest in 2004. Mr Margaryan’s relatives are represented by European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (based in Middlesex University), Legal Guide (Armenian NGO) and Nazeli Vardanyan, reports the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre

                    Both men were attending a NATO-sponsored English-language course in Budapest. On 19 February 2004 Safarov murdered Mr Margaryan by decapitating him with an axe. In April 2006 Safarov was found guilty of murder by the Budapest City Court, and was sentenced to life imprisonment, with the possibility of conditional release after 30 years. The court found that Safarov had intended to kill two Armenian participants at the course on the anniversary of the beginning of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. After the Court of Appeal upheld this judgment in February 2007, Safarov began serving his sentence in a Hungarian prison.

                    In August 2012 the Hungarian Minister of Justice approved Safarov’s transfer to Azerbaijan with a view to his serving his sentence there (under the Council of Europe Convention on the Transfer of Sentenced Prisoners 1983). However, a few hours after Safarov was transferred on 31 August 2012, he was granted a pardon by the Azerbaijani President and set free. He was also promoted to major, awarded eight years’ salary arrears and offered a flat.

                    In a report published in December 2012, the Hungarian Ombudsman criticised the Hungarian Government for approving the transfer before any assurances about the treatment of Safarov had been received from the Azerbaijani authorities.

                    The victim’s family argue that Gurgen Margaryan’s right to life (Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights) has been violated by Azerbaijan – both because of his murder, and also because Ramil Safarov’s pardon has prevented the full enforcement of his sentence. They also argue that Mr Margaryan was the victim of an ethnically-motivated hate crime, which was later endorsed by Safarov’s pardon and release (in breach of Article 14 together with Article 2 of the Convention). In addition, they argue that Hungary has breached Article 2 of the Convention because it allowed Safarov to be transferred to Azerbaijan, without having obtained assurances that he would be required to complete his prison sentence in Azerbaijan.

                    The case is also brought by Hayk Makuchyan, an Armenian military officer whom Ramil Safarov was convicted of intending to murder during the same incident in Budapest.

                    Both governments are required to lodge their responses with the Strasbourg Court by May. The Court has also invited the Armenian Government to submit its comments, given Mr Margaryan’s nationality.

                    On 26 January 2016 the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe voted not to adopt a resolution on “Escalation of violence in Nagorno-Karabakh and the other occupied territories of Azerbaijan”, based on a report by the British former member of the Assembly, Robert Walter. The draft resolution (which called on Armenia to withdraw from Nagorno-Karabakh as part of the Minsk process) was rejected by 70 votes against, 66 in favour and 45 abstentions.

                    On 16 June 2015, the Grand Chamber of the European Court found that both Armenia and Azerbaijan had violated the European Convention rights of civilian victims of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict as they have been prevented from returning to their homes and land which they lost in the early 1990s. The Court has required the Governments to set up property restitution mechanisms for the victims of the conflict. The cases are discussed by Philip Leach in his blog here. The implementation of the judgments will be considered by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe in June 2016.

                    In December 2015, Thorbjĝrn Jagland, the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, opened an official inquiry into Azerbaijan’s implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights (under Article 52 of the Convention).
                    Last edited by Joseph; 01-27-2016, 12:58 PM.
                    General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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

                      Azeri say:

                      Ermənistan Rusiyadan “Tornado-S” RYAS-ları alıb




                      Tornado-S_001
                      Ermənistan Rusiyadan “Tornado-S” reaktiv yaylım atəş sistemi alıb.

                      Bu barədə “AzeriDefence” hərbi mənbələrə istinadən məlumat verib.

                      Konkret say göstərilməsə də “Tornado-S” sisteminin və onun döyüş sursatlarının çatdırılmasının 2015-ci il ərzində həyata keçirildiyi bildirilir.

                      Mənbənin məlumatına görə, Ermənistanın hərbi rəhbərliyinin Rusiyadan uzaq mənzilli silahların alınıması barədə səsləndirdiyi bəyanatlarda məhz bu RYAS-lar dayanır.

                      Qeyd edək ki, 300 mm çaplı “Tornado-S” sistemi 120-150 km məsafədə hədəfləri vurmağı bacarır.
                      http://az.azeridefence.com/ermenista...yas-lari-alib/

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