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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    What the hell is this nonesense? Armenia requesting CSTO nations for assistance with troops? I dont understand how these papers get published give the amount of false information they write.

    "Belarus further asserted that its current defense policy prohibits Belarusian soldiers from fighting outside its borders. In turn, Armenia criticized Belarus for renouncing its military and economic ally, citing the countries' ties through the CSTO as well as the Eurasian Economic Union."

    https://www.stratfor.com/geopolitica...weather-allies

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      http://blognews.am/arm/news/358040/h...v-8-photo.html

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        Originally posted by ArmenPezeshk View Post
        What the hell is this nonesense? Armenia requesting CSTO nations for assistance with troops? I dont understand how these papers get published give the amount of false information they write.

        "Belarus further asserted that its current defense policy prohibits Belarusian soldiers from fighting outside its borders. In turn, Armenia criticized Belarus for renouncing its military and economic ally, citing the countries' ties through the CSTO as well as the Eurasian Economic Union."

        https://www.stratfor.com/geopolitica...weather-allies
        Do not mind, nothing new.
        Belarus and Kazakhstan are at least honest. They side with their ally, Baku.

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          23:27 - 6 / 04 / 2016
          Արցախ խաղաղապահ ուժեր բերելու մասին զրույցները հենց սկզբից կանխել է պետք



          Քաղաքագետ Հրանտ Մելիք-Շահնազարյանը ֆեյսբուքի իր էջում գրել է.

          Արցախ խաղաղապահ ուժեր բերելու մասին զրույցները հենց սկզբից կանխել է պետք։ Տարբեր տեղերից, տեսնում եմ, այդ հարցն են արդեն բարձրացնում։ Դատարկ զրույցներ։ Հայկական բանակն է Արցախի անվտանգության միակ երաշխավորը։ Էս հարցում մեր զինվորները մոնոպոլիա ունեն: Ավելին՝ տղերքը այսօր ոչ միայն Արցախի, այլև ամբողջ տարածաշրջանի անվտանգությունն են ապահովում։ Ու դա բոլորը պետք է հստակ հասկանան։

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            21:45 - 6 / 04 / 2016
            Հետաքրքիր դեպք արցախյան այս օրերի պատերազմի դաշտից. հայր ու որդի իրար տեսել են հրադադարից հետո

            http://blog.times.am/?p=165982&l=am

            Արցախի ԱԺ պատգամավոր Հայկ Խանումյանը ֆեյսբուքի իր էջում գրել է.

            Մի հետաքրքիր դեպք պատմեմ ապրիլյան պատերազմի առաջին օրվանից Արցախում գտնվող Հետք-ի խմբագիր Էդիկ Բաղդասարյանի մասին: Այս ընթացքում հաջողվեց ընդհանուր առմամբ մեկ ժամ-ժամուկես շփվել հետը: Որդին ծառայում է Արցախի Պաշտպանության բանակում, ռազմական գործողությունների վայրում: Բայց հայրը պատերազմի ընթացքում ժամանակ չէր գտել որդուն տեսնելու՝ զբաղված էր մասնագիտական գործունեությամբ: Հետքն այս ապրիլին հայտնվում էր ամենաթեժ վայրերում, ՛՛անհայտ կորչում՛՛ չդադարող հրետակոծության տակ՝ օպերատիվ լրատվություն տալով, ի դեպ, նաև քաղաքացիական կյանքեր փրկելով:
            Երեկ մոտն էի, կինը զանգեց՝ հարցնելու թե որդուն չի տեսել, պատասխանեց՝ կտեսնեմ, էլի: Այսօր, երբ կրակի դադարեցումից մեկ օր է անցել, նոր ժամանակ գտավ գնալ որդուն տեսնելու:

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                http://hetq.am/arm/news/67111/hretan...aric-heto.html

                photos, artillery, our master cards in this episode.

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                      Regarding the video which shows Azeris shooting their own troops:

                      I found this conversation on YouTube between the reporter Murad Gazdiev, an Azeri by the name of Tural Shakarli, and an Armenian named Arthur Boyajyan. I read a few of the Azeri guys posts. He seems to be somewhat objective in his views regarding the information that is being released. Although I haven't read all his tweets, from the ones that I have read, he seems like someone who isn't buying into everything Aliyev's propaganda machine is churning out. I've also read a few posts where he actually admits to disinformation and/or poor communication and censorship by his government. Anyway, he brings up the video of the Azeri Army shooting their own soldiers and admits that he has not seen the video yet. Arthur Boyajyan then sends him the link. After watching the video, he claims it is not the Azeris, but perhaps it could be Turks as the language/accent is not Azeri. I will include images of the entire conversation. I'm interested in what you guys think.

                      I've marked the part where he says They are not Azeri with a read arrow. The entire conversation is worth reading though.

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