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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
    My video got over 100 views in half an hour, their song is not even close. But it's their footage and I respect that.
    Ask If they can upload it so they can get the credit

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      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
      My video got over 100 views in half an hour, their song is not even close. But it's their footage and I respect that.
      Can you post the link of their video please?

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

        Originally posted by Etchmiadzin View Post
        Ask If they can upload it so they can get the credit
        LOL, it took me 3-4 hours to edit it.

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          Originally posted by haydavid View Post
          Can you post the link of their video please?
          Nice song, nothing to say about it, but it just doesn't go well with the footage..too soft.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyUbjvunNM0

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            Azeri soldier wounded in Nakhichevan.

            http://razm.info/83430

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              Russian foreign minister to take part in the meeting of Azerbaijani
              and Armenian presidents in Vienna on May 16

              YEREVAN, May 12. /ARKA/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov plans
              to take part in the meeting of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and
              Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan in Vienna on May 16, Russian Foreign
              Ministry’s official spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a briefing on
              Thursday.

              US State Secretary John Kerry and French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc
              Ayrault will also take part in the meeting.

              "The presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan will hold a meeting next
              week in Vienna. It is also planned that the foreign ministers of
              co-chairs of OSCE Minsk Group - Russia, United States, France - will
              take part in the meeting," Zakharova was quoted as saying by TASS.

              "The main aim of consultations that are currently being coordinated,
              is to try to strengthen the ceasefire regime, reduce military risks,
              agree on strengthening concrete confidence-building measures," she
              added.

              "We proceed from the fact that such meeting may and should facilitate
              stabilization of the situation in the conflict zone and, of course,
              create necessary conditions for resuming the negotiations process
              aimed at achieving comprehensive settlement," Zakharova said. -0-

              https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2...lfoXLGtCVtw&e=
              Hayastan or Bust.

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                Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                Russian foreign minister to take part in the meeting of Azerbaijani
                and Armenian presidents in Vienna on May 16

                YEREVAN, May 12. /ARKA/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov plans
                to take part in the meeting of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and
                Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan in Vienna on May 16, Russian Foreign
                Ministry’s official spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a briefing on
                Thursday.

                US State Secretary John Kerry and French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc
                Ayrault will also take part in the meeting.
                Lavrov isn't going to be nice to Kerry with all their show of force in Georgia and NATO's missile "defense" in Romania. Timing might be somehow on our side.

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                    Haunting photos show the devastation of Nagorno-Karabakh’s ongoing conflict



                    Writer Bronwen Latimer May 11


                    A shell exploded on a road entering Talish on the night of April 3rd killing several volunteer fighters standing next to the shelled car.
                    For 22 years the region known as Nagorno-Karabakh, a 3700 square-mile independent, mostly Armenian area nestled inside Azerbaijan, has remained relatively peaceful. A brutal war there from 1988-1994 during the dissolution of the former Soviet Union left somnolent scars in a place known as a “frozen conflict” zone in the diplomatic world. Tension between Turkey and Russia over the Syrian refugee crisis may have thawed that fragile peace as war erupted for five days in April. Families fled. The prime minister called contractual soldiers to Stepanakert for deployment instructions. Secretary of State John Kerry called for restraint.

                    Anush Babajanyan, a photojournalist from Armenia and a member of the 4Plus collective, traveled to Nagorno-Karabakh by minibus to cover the conflict. She found a soldier returning to war on the bus as well as families who were forced to leave, frustrated and scared. Official tallies claimed that 18 Armenians and 12 Azeris died before a shaky agreement was reached. “The people expected the military to hit military posts, not a village” says Babajanyan. “There is no question that these people will fight for their land.”


                    Vladimir Avetisyan, 23, travels from Gyumri to his military post in Aghdam on the front line between Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan. He was urgently called back from holidays in his hometown, as clashes between Karabakh and Azerbaijan escalated on the night of April 1, 2016.


                    Veterans from the Nagorno Karabakh conflict from 1988-94 and younger soldiers arrive to Stepanakert to voluntarily fight.


                    Nagorno Karabakh Prime Minister Arayik Harutyunyan discusses plans with his team ahead of a meeting with volunteer fighters who are arriving in Stepanakert from different locations in Karabakh and Armenia.


                    Talish, a village on the front line of the war, suffered severely from the re-ignited conflict. Villagers were forced to leave their houses and to leave their animals unattended.


                    Vagharshak Grigoryan,12, was killed in shelling that hit the neighborhood of his school in the Martuni region at 8:30 AM, April 2. The child was one of four civilians killed between April 1 and April 5.


                    Lieutenant Vahe Avanesyan, 27, and soldier Harut Gasparyan, 19, hide in a trench on the front line during military operations on April 4.


                    Soldiers repair the phone lines at Mataghis village military post. The lines were damaged during the fighting.


                    Soldiers are often those serving their required two-year military service.
                    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...oing-conflict/

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                      The house of Hermine Sahakyan, 30, and her family was hit twice in Talish during the five-day war. Shelling destroyed her children’s bedroom on April 2 and another one ruined the living room on April 5.


                      The family of Hermine Sahakyan, 30, (center) receives free accommodation and food at a hotel in Stepanakert.


                      An area in Karabakh, which people call xxxxx’s Fishnet Stockings, is 30 meters apart from the Azerbaijani border. Bloody battles took place here in 1994, where shells left crossing marks, resembling fishnet stockings. The area is still a dangerous zone, and cars drive fast through it.


                      Long-time driver of a military official, Davit Gasparyan, 36, was killed on the front line the evening of April 4. He left behind a wife and three children.


                      Yuri Gasparyan, 63, the father of Davit Gasparyan who was killed during the recent conflict, had worked in Stepanakert during the previous conflict 20 years ago while the city was being shelled.


                      Remains of a shell from the 1988-94 war sit on the wall of an old fortress at the entrance to Askeran.
                      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...oing-conflict/

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