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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Երբ հարցրի պատերազմի օրերի մասին, ասաց՝ Չէ, էդ չպատմեմ, հարազատներս կանհագստանան, ավելի լավ է չիմանան` ինչ է եղել էստեղ։


    Նման հինգ ժամկետային զինծառայողների` Սամվել Սեյրանի Սաֆարյանին, Մասիս Մելիքի Մուրադյանին, Գոռ Վարդանի Ավագյանին, Դավիթ Արկադիի...

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        Originally posted by Zeytun View Post
        Aren't those radar obsolete ?? We need to buy new radars.
        Sometimes old technology is better to new tech since they can't be seen and/or hacked.

        Celebrate 22 years of victory in liberating Artsakh........Hoorah
        B0zkurt Hunter

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          Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army






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            Originally posted by argin View Post
            And yet with all the "outdated" weapons we stop their progress and liberated karabakh,it's interesting how they defame their army in the most stupid statements haha


            Russia selling to Armenia outdated military equipment on credit, says Azerbaijan


            [..]Dargahli said that for a country engaging in a war, $200 million is a petty amount, which is absolutely insufficient to equip the army with weaponry.

            “Considering corruption and bribery is raging throughout Armenia and the country’s political leaders are all criminal elements, it is highly likely that an overwhelming portion of this money is going to be embezzled by the same regime,” the spokesman noted.

            He added that the weapons and military equipment Armenia has been buying from Russia over recent years are outdated.

            Outdated weapons and military equipment, which were made years ago and not used, are being sold on credit to Armenia, according to Dargahli.

            “We have witnessed this during the military operations in early April. As most of the shells fired by the Armenian side during the latest hostilities were old, they remained unexploded and just stuck in the ground. The shells were removed and destroyed by our servicemen,” the spokesman said, calling Armenian officials’ statements on the purchase of weapons from other sources are bluff.

            Dargahli went on to say that in April, Armenia’s defense ministry stated that local diaspora organizations abroad collected about $6 million assistance for the country’s armed forces. “This amount can only be enough for the funerals of the Armenian servicemen killed in April and the assistance allocated to silence the bereaved families.”

            He emphasized that Armenian Defense Ministry spokesman Artsrun Hovhannisyan’s claims that the military equipment produced in 1980s is in “super state” are another fiction of Armenians, because it is nonsense to compare weapons produced 30 years ago with modern ones.
            It shows how stupid they are, any sane person would know that these statement will backfire on them. When you say everyday that Aremnia is poor, weak and corrupt. And you can't achieve any military victory. People will be frustrated. We can only hope that these people stay in power.

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              Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
              Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
              Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                At first I thought all the nuclear bomb talk was really stupid... but now I have a tiny part of me that feels like we should just pull an Israel, and every time someone asks about medzamor waste being weaponized, just say 'no comment.' Go ahead, fear we have a dirty bomb and a General Sherman strategy.

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                    photos of enemy stockpiles

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                      20:11 | Մայիս 4,2016 | Քաղաքականություն Рус
                      amn
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