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      Artsakh statement

      On April 30, 1991, 25 years ago, the operation "Ring" began with a massive shelling of Getashen and Martunashen, which became a prelude to the subsequent full-scale military aggression of Azerbaijan against the Nagorno Karabakh Republic. During the operation, the Armenian villages were at first surrounded by the interior forces of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Soviet Army. And afterwards, the Azerbaijani OMON and militia entered those villages under the pretext of “passport checks”, but in fact for murder, robbery, terror against the Armenian population, followed by deportation.

      The operation "Ring" became the continuation of a series of Armenian pogroms and ethnic cleansing in Sumgait, Baku, Kirovabad and other settlements of Azerbaijan, as well as in the villages of Northern Artsakh in 1988-1991, which were intended to strangle at its birth the national liberation struggle of the Armenians of Artsakh and deprive them of their homeland. The Azerbaijani authorities did not conceal that they considered the operation "Ring" as the beginning of a large-scale deportation of all Armenians from Nagorno Karabakh.

      As a result of the operation, during which tanks, combat helicopters and artillery were used, more than two dozen villages of Northern Artsakh and Shahumyan, Hadrut and Shushi regions were completely devastated and destroyed. Almost 10 thousand people were deported, more than 100 killed and several hundred taken hostage. The fate of many of them still remains unknown.

      25 years later, on the night of April 2, 2016, the Azerbaijani authorities unleashed yet another aggression against the NKR, which as in 1991, was accompanied by numerous violations of international humanitarian law and war crimes committed against the civilians and soldiers of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, including targeted shelling of peaceful settlements, killings of civilians, as well as the mutilation and ill-treatment of the dead bodies.

      However, both in 1991, and now all the attempts of the Azerbaijani authorities to intimidate and break the people of Artsakh, to suppress their strive for freedom and, eventually, to deprive them of their homeland, resulted in a complete failure.

      Azerbaijan's criminal behavior only strengthens the determination of the people of Artsakh to build and develop their independent and free state as the guarantor of its security and peaceful existence. Acknowledgment by the international community of this fact, and, as a result of it, the international recognition of the NKR will put an end to the ongoing attempts of Azerbaijan to destroy Artsakh and eliminate its people, and ensure peace and security in the region.
      http://nkr.am/en/news/2016-04-30/831/

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        Մամուլի հաղորդագրություն


        30 ԱՊՐԻԼԻ 2016
        Ապրիլի 30-ին ՀՀ պաշտպանության նախարար Սեյրան Օհանյանը զինված ուժերի ժամկետային զինծառայող, ականանետի նշանառու, շարքային Հարություն Բադալյանին է հանձնել Հայրենիքի պաշտպանության ու անվտանգության ապահովման գործում ցուցաբերած բացառիկ արիության, անձնուրացության ու հմտության համար ՀՀ նախագահ Սերժ Սարգսյանի հրամանագրով նրան շնորհված «Մարտական խաչ» երկրորդ աստիճանի շքանշանը:


        ՀՀ ռազմաքաղաքական ղեկավարության անունից խորին երախտագիտություն հայտնելով զինծառայողին և նրա ծնողներին հայրենիքին նվիրված զավակ դատիարակելու համար` ՀՀ պաշտպանական գերատեսչության ղեկավար Սեյրան Օհանյանն ընդգծել է, որ ողջ ժողովուրդն է հպարտանում մերօրյա հերոսների սխրանքով, և շարքային Հարություն Բադալյանի ու նրա նման տղաների օրինակը ևս մեկ ապացույցն է այն բանի, որ հայկական զինուժ իր պատրաստվածությամբ, զինծառայողների բարոյահոգեբանական բարձր մակարդակի և մարտական ոգու շնորհիվ պատրաստ է յուրաքանչյուր վայրկյան ճնշել հակառակորդի ցանկացած գործողություն:
        http://www.mil.am/hy/news/4034




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          Does anyone know whats happening with Tartar?

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            Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
            Does anyone know whats happening with Tartar?
            Adem Abdullayev ‏@AdemAbdullayevn 2h hours ago
            Terter çebhesınde döyüş başlayıb ALLAH ordumuza güc ver esgerımızı goru!"Adımvatan

            someone can translate it for us
            Last edited by armnuke; 04-30-2016, 09:09 AM.

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              Originally posted by armnuke View Post
              Adem Abdullayev ‏@AdemAbdullayevn 2h hours ago
              Terter çebhesınde döyüş başlayıb ALLAH ordumuza güc ver esgerımızı goru!"Adımvatan

              someone can translate it for us
              Adam Abdullayev AdemAbdullayevn 2h hours ago
              God will fight Terter frontline army soldiers appear and give power! "Adımvatan'

              Translated by google translate

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

                Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
                Adam Abdullayev AdemAbdullayevn 2h hours ago
                God will fight Terter frontline army soldiers appear and give power! "Adımvatan'

                Translated by google translate
                Yea I translated it with google but it's not very accurate.

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

                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  Terter çebhesınde döyüş başlayıb ALLAH ordumuza güc ver esgerımızı goru!"Adımvatan
                  I know few words ... It doesn't sound too encouraging to them. I think he is saying something in the line of > May God give our troop the strength to fight the terter frontline.

                  Or as you may comprehend it > Our troops are taking major dump in their pants, Allah will help them.
                  Last edited by Azad; 04-30-2016, 10:26 AM.

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