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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 arakeretzig View Post
    Also lele tepe gave azeris advantage which they didnt have before.
    The Azeris are surrounded by us on three sides on Lele Tepe. We have positions directly across from them, as well as positions on their left and right side. We can clearly see the rear side or "tiqunk" of their positions. They cannot move troops or equipment without being in our direct firing line. If necessary, taking that back would literally take hours. I'll post a video where Arshak Zakaryan visits one of our positions facing Lele Tepe. Our soldiers state that the Azeris have no advantage.

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      Tour in supply base and military base in the region of Vayk





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        Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
        I think serj screwed this one up. On 4th april he said we lost 200 m in north and some hill in the south. Now he says 8 hectar which are useless. If they are so useless how come we took them from the beginning? Also lele tepe gave azeris advantage which they didnt have before. Although azeris didnt achieve their goals, they did gain some territories. Then he says go and liberate it yourself and it is not worth our soldiers life. What if that was talish or martakert, will he say the same thing? Its a disturbing thought.


        Watch from the 21:20 mark. He is talking about Lele Tepe.

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

            Originally posted by HajiHabibli View Post
            http://razm.info/83589

            ՀՀ ՊՆ տեղակալ Տոնոյանը հանդիպումներ է ունեցել Գերմանիայի ՊՆ-ում և ԱԳՆ-ում


            Anyone know why and since when have we been working with Germany? Not just this, Sargsyan also went to meet with Merkel in early April if you remember.
            I just don't recall us ever working closely with the Germans.
            It's important to build good relations with all countries whether some of you like the country or not.

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

              Originally posted by armnuke View Post
              It's important to build good relations with all countries whether some of you like the country or not.

              Thanks for stating the obvious.

              Maybe I haven't been following Armenian politics as closely as I thought I had, but to me it was a surprise when Sargsyan went to Germany for a couple of reasons. First, like I said, I don't recall Germany ever being on the forefront of Armenian foreign politics. Second, given Germany's more or less close relationship with Turkey, it seemed like an odd country to visit in such a critical time.

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                  Originally posted by HajiHabibli View Post
                  Thanks for stating the obvious.

                  Maybe I haven't been following Armenian politics as closely as I thought I had, but to me it was a surprise when Sargsyan went to Germany for a couple of reasons. First, like I said, I don't recall Germany ever being on the forefront of Armenian foreign politics. Second, given Germany's more or less close relationship with Turkey, it seemed like an odd country to visit in such a critical time.


                  Serge Sargiyan did not pick a country off the air to go and cry on their shoulder.

                  Germany as far I am aware is the ( rotating) chairman of the Minsk group.


                  http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....l=1#post373580

                  It was his only option.
                  For years we have tried to stop anybody else other than the Minsk group being involved in the peace/conflict resolution process.

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                  Last edited by londontsi; 05-18-2016, 01:19 AM.
                  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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                    Originally posted by HajiHabibli View Post
                    Thanks for stating the obvious.

                    Maybe I haven't been following Armenian politics as closely as I thought I had, but to me it was a surprise when Sargsyan went to Germany for a couple of reasons. First, like I said, I don't recall Germany ever being on the forefront of Armenian foreign politics. Second, given Germany's more or less close relationship with Turkey, it seemed like an odd country to visit in such a critical time.
                    The country that's on the forefront of Armenian politics is in bed with Azerbaijan.

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                      Turkey is member of the Minsk group.

                      It is better Turkey to be a member than not a member.

                      By being a member "it has to be and appear neutral".

                      History has shown on many occasions it has not and as a result Armenia made a lot of fuss.
                      If Armenia did not make enough fuss then it was our fault ( hear me Mr. Nalbadoglu ).

                      If Turkey was not member of the Minsk group it would not have had any obligation to be neutral.
                      Lets also not forget that the Minsk group is a political entity and not military.

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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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