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

    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
    was he down on his knees doing something?
    He should be on his knees 5 times a day. Minimum.

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      FM Steinmeier ahead of Minsk group meeting on : End the fighting, consolidate truce and build up trust

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

        Originally posted by armnuke View Post
        FM Steinmeier ahead of Minsk group meeting on : End the fighting, consolidate truce and build up trust
        When I was young, I used to watch the miss America pageant. Invariably each contestant when asked what their primary hope was would reply : world peace.
        Ok, so this German fm is parroting a wannabe beauty queen.
        --- build trust --- ????? With criminals ?
        It's all fraud. Expect nothing. Baboonieve is not going to change. The west and Russia are (not) going to stop pursuing the east turcs (azer) favor.
        This group of foriegn mediators are going to ask for concessions from us like give up some more of our historicle lands. We aren't gonna go for that. It's back to square one.
        As long as it is not recognized who the aggressor is there is no solution unless we bend over. That's what the west and Russia want.
        Ain't gonna happen.
        Hey you foriegn fm's, you the west build trust with Russia and visa versa and then get back to me.
        Otherwise your just running your mouths.
        HARK

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

          his last name matches him,this F**er has given the enemy enough for a victory speech,he likes the other side so much,he should as well go join them

          Former Armenian fighter admits Azerbaijani superiority over Armenia after latest clashes



          Baku – APA. Arshavir bo zinyan, a former member of the Sasun group that had fought in Karabakh against Azerbaijanis, has admitted that Azerbaijan has the upper hand after the latest military clashes on the contact line of the two countries’ troops, the Armenian Hraparak news website said.

          According to him, Azerbaijani intelligence is working well.

          “Azerbaijani intelligence worked well enough. Had we prepared and been armed well, they would not have taken that step. The enemy spent the last 20 years arming and preparing themselves, while ours were busy plundering. It has been said many times that Azerbaijan is arming. Despite the ceasefire, the war has not ended. We must be ready for war at any time,” he said.

          xxxinyan also commented on the seizure of 18 Armenian positions by Azerbaijani armed forces.

          “Today, there are about five soldiers on duty in each army positions of Armenia. More soldiers should be on duty in our army positions,” the former fighter said.

          He noted that over the past years, many people left Armenia and the birth rate declined in the country.

          “We don’t have enough military equipment. We must be prepared to resist. The army must be strengthened before the state sitting at the negotiating table. A soldier must not think about weapons. It’s necessary to carry out military exercises. A soldier needs to know about modern weapons. We must appreciate the life of a soldier,” xxxinyan added.

          He also recalled the ceasefire agreement signed between Armenia and Azerbaijan on May 12, 1994. “We had to then demand Azerbaijan’s recognition of the “independence” of Nagorno-Karabakh,” said the former fighter.

          The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict entered its modern phase when the Armenian SRR made territorial claims against the Azerbaijani SSR in 1988.

          A fierce war broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. As a result of the war, Armenian armed forces occupied some 20 percent of Azerbaijani territory which includes Nagorno-Karabakh and seven adjacent districts (Lachin, Kalbajar, Aghdam, Fuzuli, Jabrayil, Gubadli and Zangilan), and over a million Azerbaijanis became refugees and internally displaced people.

          The military operations finally came to an end when Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a ceasefire agreement in Bishkek in 1994.

          Dealing with the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is the OSCE Minsk Group, which was created after the meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Helsinki on 24 March 1992. The Group’s members include Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, the United States, France, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Belarus, Finland and Sweden.

          Besides, the OSCE Minsk Group has a co-chairmanship institution, comprised of Russian, US and French co-chairs, which began operating in 1996.

          Resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 of the UN Security Council, which were passed in short intervals in 1993, and other resolutions adopted by the UN General Assembly, PACE, OSCE, OIC, and other organizations require Armenia to unconditionally withdraw its troops from Nagorno-Karabakh.

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

            Originally posted by argin View Post
            his last name matches him,this F**er has given the enemy enough for a victory speech,he likes the other side so much,he should as well go join them

            Former Armenian fighter admits Azerbaijani superiority over Armenia after latest clashes



            Baku – APA. Arshavir bo zinyan, a former member of the Sasun group that had fought in Karabakh against Azerbaijanis, has admitted that Azerbaijan has the upper hand after the latest military clashes on the contact line of the two countries’ troops, the Armenian Hraparak news website said.

            According to him, Azerbaijani intelligence is working well.

            “Azerbaijani intelligence worked well enough. Had we prepared and been armed well, they would not have taken that step. The enemy spent the last 20 years arming and preparing themselves, while ours were busy plundering. It has been said many times that Azerbaijan is arming. Despite the ceasefire, the war has not ended. We must be ready for war at any time,” he said.

            xxxinyan also commented on the seizure of 18 Armenian positions by Azerbaijani armed forces.

            “Today, there are about five soldiers on duty in each army positions of Armenia. More soldiers should be on duty in our army positions,” the former fighter said.

            He noted that over the past years, many people left Armenia and the birth rate declined in the country.

            “We don’t have enough military equipment. We must be prepared to resist. The army must be strengthened before the state sitting at the negotiating table. A soldier must not think about weapons. It’s necessary to carry out military exercises. A soldier needs to know about modern weapons. We must appreciate the life of a soldier,” xxxinyan added.

            He also recalled the ceasefire agreement signed between Armenia and Azerbaijan on May 12, 1994. “We had to then demand Azerbaijan’s recognition of the “independence” of Nagorno-Karabakh,” said the former fighter.

            The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict entered its modern phase when the Armenian SRR made territorial claims against the Azerbaijani SSR in 1988.

            A fierce war broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. As a result of the war, Armenian armed forces occupied some 20 percent of Azerbaijani territory which includes Nagorno-Karabakh and seven adjacent districts (Lachin, Kalbajar, Aghdam, Fuzuli, Jabrayil, Gubadli and Zangilan), and over a million Azerbaijanis became refugees and internally displaced people.

            The military operations finally came to an end when Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a ceasefire agreement in Bishkek in 1994.

            Dealing with the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is the OSCE Minsk Group, which was created after the meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Helsinki on 24 March 1992. The Group’s members include Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, the United States, France, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Belarus, Finland and Sweden.

            Besides, the OSCE Minsk Group has a co-chairmanship institution, comprised of Russian, US and French co-chairs, which began operating in 1996.

            Resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 of the UN Security Council, which were passed in short intervals in 1993, and other resolutions adopted by the UN General Assembly, PACE, OSCE, OIC, and other organizations require Armenia to unconditionally withdraw its troops from Nagorno-Karabakh.
            http://m.apa.az/en/news/243638

            That source is about as credible as most azeri trashtalk.

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

              Originally posted by argin View Post
              his last name matches him,this F**er has given the enemy enough for a victory speech
              Picture of him with herya provocateur Levon

              http://hetq.am/eng/news/38442/xxxiny...september.html

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

                Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                It's all fraud. Expect nothing.
                That is the whole point. Delay till couple generation passes the same way they did with Western Armenia.

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

                  Happening now

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