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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 argin View Post
    they are quoting another armenian website


    Number of police forces in Armenia higher than officially announced



    Baku – APA. The number of police forces in Armenia is higher than officially announced, according to the Armenian website armlur.am.

    “The number of police in Armenia in proportion to that of the population is twice as many compared to neighboring countries. The primary duty of Armenian police is to prevent any action against the government,” the source says.

    According to the source, the Armenian government cares little about the protection of state border.

    “It is proven by tha fact that military servicemen are in such poor condition. The government allocates funds for the areas suiting its interests. Their job is to protect their posts. For this reason, the government counts on the “police team” of police chief Vladimir Gasparyan, known as “Vova.” The main enemy of Armenia is not Azerbaijan but its own citizens. Their worst fear is possible protests by Armenian citizens.

    According to the information, the Armenian volunteers who went to the front lines when the four-day war broke out in early April solve their problems at the expense of food products sent from their homes.

    “In fact, the army has to be sustained at public expenses rather than at the expense of amounts given by citizens and some organizations. Another problem is the granting of the status of extended servicemen to volunteers who are on the front lines. Currently, their salary is 150,000 drams (469 manats),” said the source.
    I'm starting to belive the reporters do this on purpose to show their own problems.

    Everything they post about Armenia can be said about their country and even 10x times worse. Replace Armenia by Azerbaijan in the articles and it will sound plausible.

    It's that or they really are stupid

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

      Originally posted by haydavid View Post
      I'm starting to belive the reporters do this on purpose to show their own problems.

      Everything they post about Armenia can be said about their country and even 10x times worse. Replace Armenia by Azerbaijan in the articles and it will sound plausible.

      It's that or they really are stupid
      Indeed, Brother!
      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 AbuSindi View Post
            I'd prefer if Aliyev stays in power. This idiot is so corrupt he's draining his countries oil wealth to fatten his own pockets. He's stolen tens of billions of dollars from SOCAR and the military. He has shut down all opposition media, managed to alienate many ethnic minorities, and has clamped down on freedom in his country. The world views him as a corrupt dictator. He will destroy his country from the inside. Can you imagine Azerbaijans military if Aliyev had not funneled billions of dollars from the economy into his own bank account? I've read several articles which explained that the reason Azerbaijan's military budget is so large is because over 35-45% is funneled into Aliyev's pocket via awarding various military contracts to friends, family, and members of his inner circle, who then turn around and give him a kickback. Imagine if they had a less greedy and corrupt leader who actually spent that money on their military and the diversification their economy. He's also flushed a lot of cash down the toilet by spending money on Eurovision, European Olympics, F1 Baku circuit, etc.
            Feel compelled to agree with this assessment. Keep that idiot alive and in control.
            We don't have the ability to destroy azerbaboonies from the angle the sultan is destroying.
            He is one of the single greatest detriments to his people.
            HARK

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

              Originally posted by Artashes View Post
              Feel compelled to agree with this assessment. Keep that idiot alive and in control.
              We don't have the ability to destroy azerbaboonies from the angle the sultan is destroying.
              He is one of the single greatest detriments to his people.
              Yes i agree , but like in everything we got also the negative part that nobody mentioned before ...all the minorities beign punished under him and being turkified in fast track , unless we got plan to create federation with those people and render irrelevant the turkic factor in that region we would make good for Georgians Russia and Iranians and even Turkmens ..
              You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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

                Originally posted by argin View Post
                i think sultan is jumping the gun,too early to allocate money for fixing,there is more damages to come by the way they are acting

                Azerbaijan allocates AZN 6m to eliminate damage caused to civilians in Armenian shelling of Aghdam, Terter districts

                Baku – APA. President Ilham Aliyev has signed an order on measures to eliminate the damage caused to civilians as a result of the Armenian armed forces’ intensive shelling of Aghdam and Terter districts.
                Under the order, starting from the first days of April 2016, Armenian armed forces intensively fired at the settlements of Aghdam and Terter districts nearby the contact line of troops using large-caliber weapons and heavy artillery.

                As a result, 6 civilians were killed, 26 people injured, 445 houses, 5 schools, 2 medical centers, 2 kindergartens and other social and administrative buildings were seriously damaged.

                Appropriate measures are underway to eliminate the consequences caused by the shells and missiles fired by the enemy.

                To eliminate the damage caused to civilians as a result of Armenian armed forces’ intensive shelling of Aghdam and Terter districts, a total of AZN 6 mln was allocated to Executive Powers of Aghdam and Terter districts, including AZN 3 mln for each, from the reserve fund of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
                He declares it, but does not mean he will do it.
                Just a step in trying to rebuild morale.

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

                  Originally posted by UrMistake View Post
                  Yes i agree , but like in everything we got also the negative part that nobody mentioned before ...all the minorities beign punished under him and being turkified in fast track , unless we got plan to create federation with those people and render irrelevant the turkic factor in that region we would make good for Georgians Russia and Iranians and even Turkmens ..
                  --- all the minorities being punished and turcified ---
                  Your point is well taken and of great merit.
                  As the minorities have suffered and are suffering the same cruelty we have suffered under the turc yoke, it is incumbent upon us to show true understanding and compassion for these people.
                  We are not like Israel that recognizes their genocide while marginalizing everyone else's suffering.
                  We need to be bigger than that and truly care for the other oppressed.
                  We cannot only think about ourselves or we are no better than the bigots of this world.
                  Thanks for expressing the consideration of others and their plight.
                  HARK

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

                    Originally posted by UrMistake View Post
                    Yes i agree , but like in everything we got also the negative part that nobody mentioned before ...all the minorities beign punished under him and being turkified in fast track , unless we got plan to create federation with those people and render irrelevant the turkic factor in that region we would make good for Georgians Russia and Iranians and even Turkmens ..
                    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                    --- all the minorities being punished and turcified ---
                    Your point is well taken and of great merit.
                    As the minorities have suffered and are suffering the same cruelty we have suffered under the turc yoke, it is incumbent upon us to show true understanding and compassion for these people.
                    We are not like Israel that recognizes their genocide while marginalizing everyone else's suffering.
                    We need to be bigger than that and truly care for the other oppressed.
                    We cannot only think about ourselves or we are no better than the bigots of this world.
                    Thanks for expressing the consideration of others and their plight.
                    To find someone who cared about someone other than himself is both an honor and a hope.
                    A ray of hope for those oppressed by the turc. And it came from an Armenian.
                    On behalf of all of us who are oppressed, thanks again.
                    HARK

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

                      Originally posted by Hakob
                      watch this people

                      http://youtu.be/dTUbYJ5Ek90
                      Turkey is losing internally and externally.. all because they strive to become a super power through extorting europe and hiding behind NATO. Their time is coming my friends, in our lifetime we will see the fall of Turkey and the rise of Armenia.

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