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    Likud Deputy Minister refuses to enter Armenia, requests to return to Israel


    Deputy Minister Yaron Mazuz refuses to enter Armenia while part of a delegation of MKs to Georgia and Armenia due to the security situation in the region and claims he wasn't feeling well earlier this week.

    Moran Azulai

    Published: 04.06.16, 20:25 / Israel News
















    Last week a group of Knesset members (MKs) went on an official visit to Georgia and Armenia. However, Deputy Minister Yaron Mazuz (Likud) refused to cross the border into Armenia following reports of war in the Nagorno-Karabakh region in Azerbaijan.



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    The region is an ethnically Armenian enclave inside of Azerbaijan, which is Armenia's neighbor to the East and West. Although the fighting was happening far from the minister and the delegation's location, Mazuz still requested to be returned to Israel.



    However, Mazuz said in a response that he wasn't feeling well and that he didn't want to continue with the trip.





    Deputy Minister Yaron Mazuz (Photo: Knesset Channel)
    Deputy Minister Yaron Mazuz (Photo: Knesset Channel)




    "I'm only afraid of the Creator and not what was going on there," Mazuz said. "It seems I ate something, and it caused me to not feel well. I wasn't feeling well at the hotel, and I said that it's not worth it for me to travel in this state. I don’t travel outside the country very often, and it seems I didn't bring the right clothes or anti-nausea medicine."


    Several hours after Mazuz's request to return to Israel was published, his bureau responded, "On Saturday morning the members of the delegation continued from Georgia to Armenia, but because I'm religious and keep the sabbath, I arrived at the border after the sabbath ended."


    "When I arrived at the border," he continued, "I received guidance from the Security Directorate of the Prime Minister's office not to cross the border due to the security situation in the region, and that the directive may change in the morning. Due to the fact that I wasn't feeling well, and after waiting several hours at the border between Georgia and Armenia, I decided to return to Israel."


    "As a public figure, I must follow directives given by security officials, and I acted according to those objectives," he added.








    At least 30 people were killed in fighting between Armenian and Azeri forces in the Nagorno-Karabakh region earlier this week. The region has 150 thousand residents of Armenian ethnicity, has its own civil administration, and has been receiving military and financial aid from Armenia since the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan ended in 1994
    Hayastan or Bust.

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      NKR and Armenian forces need to stop massing armor in one location- susceptible to drones:

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      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 Joseph View Post
        NKR and Armenian forces need to stop massing armor in one location- susceptible to drones:

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        Again not camo nets!! This bothers me.

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          Here is a video and a article on using eagles to kill drones. The answers are there we need to use them.
          http://www.newsmax.com/TheWire/anti-.../02/id/712299/
          Hayastan or Bust.

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            Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
            Can someone translate this? Apparently its an Armenian general and for some reason a bunch of turks are sharing it on social media?

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zZpPjzEtE0
            I have no idea what he is saying, but this is General Arkady Ter-Tadevosyan;One of the main commanders during the karabakh war.

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              Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
              Can someone translate this? Apparently its an Armenian general and for some reason a bunch of turks are sharing it on social media?

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zZpPjzEtE0
              Cannot translate but the Azeris are going nuts over this interview- casualties very high and being hidden by the state, etc.
              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 armnuke View Post
                Again not camo nets!! This bothers me.
                Someone here mentioned tanks being obsolete- I think its coming true. I guarantee more than half of the tanks lost were not engaged in combat but just sitting around unprotected and easy targets for the Armed UAVs. I hope this is remedied soon.
                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 Zeytun View Post
                  I have no idea what he is saying, but this is General Arkady Ter-Tadevosyan;One of the main commanders during the karabakh war.

                  Komandos!
                  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 Haykakan View Post
                    I think we need a specialized antidrone weapon system for detecting and destroying drones. Jamming signals has limited success as modern variants seem to have radiofree operational abilities.
                    Pantsir is perfect for drones

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

                      OFFICIAL UPDATE:

                      http://razm.info/82233

                      Defense Ministry 's press center reported summary information
                      Posted on April 6, 2016 by Garik Harutyunyan

                      Today, April 6, at 7 pm, the press center of the Defense Army, head of the operations branch of the movement in Artsakh border . Colonel Victor Arstamyan the forefront of ceasefire violations by the Azerbaijani side , losses , etc.

                      Colonel Arustamyan 's information, during the day Azerbaijan continued to occasionally break the cease-fire agreement reached yesterday and shot across the line .Apart from large-caliber machine guns and firearms in particular, to the north of the enemy fired 82 mm mortars, eastern and southern areas of the enemy firing a 60 mm grenade launcher.

                      North of enemy tanks by shooting, hit the ambulance, which was to bring out the bodies of the deceased. Ambulance crew strike was not in the car at the time, as aresult of crew was not injured.

                      To the north of the enemy several times to separate groups of about 15 people, 2 positions they tried to take under their control, but they failed. He cannot know mention whether the Azeri army would not allow it because of other Azerbaijanis were unable to establish control of their forces.

                      Answering " Lele Tepe ' questions on a hill, the chief of the operations branch of the DA said . "That hill was mijdirkayin sector overall positioning systems. It is now even more coordination of our positions , just this small hill occupied by them. Which ( hill -ed ) , I say again , no matter its meaning . "

                      The head of the Department of Defense Army was not inclined to give special importance to the hill , because according to him, the hill has no strategic or tactical importance.

                      NKR Defense Army chief presented the Armenian side battles all the days of losses . According to these data , the Armenian forces lost .
                      32 killed , including 8 officers , warrant officers ,
                      121 wounded soldiers , including 24 officers and warrant officers ,
                      25 missing soldiers.

                      Compared to the previous day's data , the data of the number of soldiers killed and three more than the number of lost soldiers missing . The Defense Department 's clarification , those three missing Lost that have been recognized by the deceased , from which it received the previous day's data changes .

                      Arstamyann andaraddzel information on the town for the loss of two soldiers and said that they are serving in the armed forces . Currently , according to the colonel, an investigation is underway to determine whether the soldiers were killed in combat or as a result of the interpersonal relations . The colonel expressed the hope that the next conference will be able to clarify this issue.

                      As for the increase in the number of casualties ( wounded 101 , was celebrated yesterday , today , 121) , then it's Arustamyan , due to the fact that some of the soldiers are only slight injured so this is not a doctor and does not wish to be included in the list of injured .

                      Asked whether there is evidence that the ranks of the army of mercenaries from Turkey or Turks, Arstamyan said that currently there are no such facts .
                      Asked about Azerbaijan's losses Arstamyan said that work is currently underway lrahetakhuzakan for obtaining this information. But in the same conference. He also noted that the cease-fire hours later, on April 5 in the afternoon, the army did not fire at Azeris and did not even respond to the enemy's shots. This actually reduces the risk of new casualties to the enemy. (Note that at the time of preparation of the 52 soldiers confirm killed Razminfoyin famous Azerbaijani armed forces, although the actual loss of so many are).

                      It asked that the Azeri reserve ( reserve ) units are brought Colonel Arstamyan said that now the enemy reserve units are located not far from the frontline , operational level , and by the military operations.
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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