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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
    can those shells take out a Grad launcher?
    Those are 60 mm mortars , not going far ..2 km maybe more ... Grads have a lot longer range ...still good for trench wars maybe hitting the opposite fortifications .

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      The Shah was a puppet of USA. Much like Egypt's leader that was overthrown.
      Hayastan or Bust.

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          Hi Folks,

          Do we know what the current situation is in Artsakh?

          Someone mentioned a couple of days ago that we had taken back whatever was left of the lost positions from April 2?

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            Originally posted by HajiHabibli View Post
            Hi Folks,

            Do we know what the current situation is in Artsakh?

            Someone mentioned a couple of days ago that we had taken back whatever was left of the lost positions from April 2?
            No confirmation. We know the Azeris still hold one position - "lalatepe" in the southern sector, about 150 meters from their original lines as well as another position in the northern sector near Talish, on some heights, again about 150 meters from their original lines. Thus just two positions. On the flip side, it has been said that Armenian forces made some adjustments/gained positions in Mrav in the north as well as to the east of their positions near Aghdam. Nothing is confirmed.

            Azeris are still shelling Talish, Mardakert, Mataghis from time to time. NKR artillery is retaliating by hitting Terter as well as several other villages near the front. NKR forces are keeping close watch on Azeri movements and conducting UAV flights to spot Azeri artillery positions and liquidating them.
            Last edited by Joseph; 04-29-2016, 01:24 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

              Originally posted by Joseph View Post
              No confirmation. We know the Azeris still hold one position - "lalatepe" in the southern sector, about 150 meters from their original lines as well as another position in the northern sector near Talish, on some heights, again about 150 meters from their original lines. Thus just two positions. On the flip side, it has been said that Armenian forces made some adjustments/gained positions in Mrav in the north as well as to the east of their positions near Aghdam. Nothing is confirmed.

              Azeris are still shelling Talish, Mardakert, Mataghis from time to time. NKR artillery is retaliating byhitting Terter as well as several other villages near the front. KNR forces are keeping close watch on Azeri movements and conducting UAV flights to spot Azeri artillery positions and liquidating them.

              Thanks brother. Great summary.

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

                I wouldn't be surprised if this is true- happened during the first war...

                Azerbaijani military leadership burns bodies of soldiers in “Ural”

                18:11 - 29/April/2016

                The Azerbaijani military leadership hides the bodies of killed
                soldiers in refrigerators of special stores of wine factories near the
                Artsakh border.

                Three days ago the owner of one of such factories dissatisfied that
                his factory is being used for keeping bodies cut the electricity and
                went home. On the next day a group of Azerbaijani military entered the
                store and felt bad smell.

                It appeared that three days ago bodies of other killed soldiers were
                brought but as far as there was no electricity they started spoiling.
                Of course they were not going to hand such bodies to the relatives and
                decided burn them in a car “Ural”.

                They put the 18 bodies of soldiers in the car and burnt it in the
                court of the factory to clean the tracks. The relatives were told that
                their sons are missing.

                Փնտրում ե՞ք խաղադրույքների հրաշալի կայքեր։ Շատ լավ, բարեբախտաբար Դուք հայտնվել եք ճիշտ տեղում։ Երբ խոսքը գնում է խաղադրույքների լավագույն կայքերի մասին, մենք դրա գիտակն ենք։
                General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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                  Lavrov and Kerry discuss situation around Karabakh



                  MOSCOW. - Russian FM Sergey Lavrov talked by phone with the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Friday. They discussed the situation in Syria, Ukraine and Nagorno-Karabakh, Russian MFA reports.

                  According to the information, the sides continued discussing the ways of conflict normalization in Syria through maintaining and enhancing the ceasefire there, which was established by the joint efforts of Russia and U.S. “Lavrov once again underscored the necessity of fully-fledged participation of the Kurds in the talks between the country’s authorities and their opponents, as well as the speedy disassociation of the moderate opposition’s formations from the ISIL and Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist groups.

                  Other pressing international issues, including the situation in Ukraine and Nagorno-Karabakh, as well as certain issues related to the bilateral relations were discussed,” the Russian MFA statement reads.

                  The telephone conversation took place upon the initiative of the American side.

                  Other pressing international issues, including the situation in Ukraine and Nagorno-Karabakh, as well as certain issues related to bilateral relations were discussed...

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