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

    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
    Greece freezes Poseidon pipeline talks over Turkey-Russia deadlock

    Damn shame greece is in doing EU's bid. You would think they had enough misery from that bloc.

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

      ՀՀ ԶՈւ ավտոծառայության պետն ընդունել է մեղադրանքը

      ՀՀ քննչական կոմիտեի զինվորական քննչական գլխավոր վարչության հատկապես կարևոր գործերի քննության վարչությունում քննվող քրեական գործով ՀՀ ԶՈւ սպառազինության վարչության ավտոծառայության պետ, գնդապետ Դավիթ Աբրահամյանին մեղադրանք է առաջադրվել ՀՀ քրեական օրենսգրքի 375-րդ հոդվածի 3-րդ մասով՝ իշխանությունը չարաշահելու համար, ինչն առաջացրել է նյութական ծանր հետևանքներ։ Այս մասին հայտնում է ՀՀ քննչական կոմիտեի կայքը:

      Կատարված քննությամբ բավարար ապացույցներ են ձեռք բերվել, որ գնդապետ Աբրահամյանը, ընդգրկված լինելով նույն վարչության մշտական գործող հանձնաժողովի կազմում, շահադիտական դրդումներով չարաշահել է իր պաշտոնեական դիրքը և կազմակերպել կնքված պայմանագրին կից տեխնիկական բնութագրերին չհամապատասխանող գործիքների ու սարքավորումների ընդունումը հանձնաժողովի կողմից, ինչն առաջացրել է նյութական ծանր հետևանքներ։

      Աբրահամյանին մայիսի 13-ին մեղադրանք է առաջադրվել ՀՀ քրեական օրենսգրքի 375-րդ հոդվածի 3-րդ մասով (պատժվում է ազատազրկմամբ՝ չորսից ութ տարի ժամկետով` գույքի բռնագրավումով կամ առանց դրա):

      Առաջադրված մեղադրանքում վերջինս իրեն լիովին մեղավոր է ճանաչել, ցուցմունք տվել և ամբողջովին վերականգնել ՀՀ պաշտպանության նախարարությանը պատճառված վնասը։

      Նախաքննությունն իրականացնող մարմինը մայիսի 16-ին որոշում է կայացրել՝ Դ.Աբրահամյանի պաշտոնավարումը ժամանակավորապես դադարեցնելու մասին։

      Քրեական գործով նախաքննությունը շարունակվում է: Իրականացվում են անհրաժեշտ քննչական գործողություններ՝ բազմակողմանի և օբյեկտիվ քննությունն իրականացնելու, մեղադրյալի ցուցմունքներում մատնանշված հանգամանքներն ստուգելու ուղղությամբ։ Քննության այս փուլում այլ մանրամասներ հրապարակման ենթակա չեն։

      http://razm.info/83607

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

        German MPs raised issue of heavy weapons sold by Russia to Azerbaijan

        German MPs raised the issue of heavy weapons sold by Russia to Azerbaijan at a meeting with the head of the Armenian NA Standing Committee on European Integration Naira Zohrabyan .

        The National Assembly informed NEWS.am that the Bundestag MP Ulla Yelpke, Hamburg parliament MP Martin Doltser, and the representative of Altona (Hamburg) Hassan Burgujoghlu attended the meeting.

        Naira Zohrabyan introduced the crimes perpetrated by Azerbaijan during the first days of April war. She presented documents to the German MPs– pictures that confirm military crimes committed by Azerbaijan , and informed that the relatives of tortured and beheaded soldiers have already initiated a legal process to qualify the actions of the Azerbaijani forces as a military crime in international instances.

        She stressed the importance of the work of the Armenian and German parliamentarians in the international structures , noting that , unfortunately , the work of the German delegation in PACE is somewhat constrained, because of the biased and pro-Azerbaijan position of some members of the German delegation.

        They also discussed issues related to the draft resolution on the Armenian Genocide in the German Bundestag on June 2 . Naira Zohrabyan noted that Germany, which had the power to recognize the Holocaust , thus once again proving its strength, is simply obliged to recognize the Armenian Genocide , no matter, as it is a clearly evident today, how much Turkey has an impact on Germany.

        German MPs also raised the issue of heavy weapons sold by Russia to Azerbaijan . Naira Zohrabyan noted that this is a rather sensitive issue in Armenia , which was referred to and still will be . Ulla Yelpke noted that their political authority , the Left Party is against the military actions. He emphasized the importance of a peaceful resolution to problems .

        He also spoke about a need to include materials on Armenian Genocide in the German educational programs. Yelpken attached a special importance to their visit to Karabakh to get acquainted with Artsakh issues on the spot.

        http://news.am/eng/news/327741.html

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

          Can you smell all the a$$ licking going on between Russia and Azerbaijan?

          EEC official: Decision on Azerbaijan joining EAEU may be taken only by consensus

          The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) members will decide by consensus on whether another country may join this organization.

          Tatiana Valovaya, Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC)—which is the executive body of the EAEU—Board member and Minister in charge of the Development of Integration and Macroeconomics of the EEC, said the aforementioned in Moscow, speaking to Armenian reporters.

          Valovaya noted this when asked how she assesses the Russian officials’ statements on the importance of Azerbaijan joining the EAEU.

          In her words, even though the representatives of EAEU members Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus can declare that another country can become an EAEU member, no one would prohibit—another EAEU member—Armenia from stating that it would be good if Iran were to join this organization.

          “The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan [with respect to Nagorno-Karabakh] will be resolved sooner or later, and new opportunities could open,” Tatiana Valovaya added. “Any EAEU member country can express a position on the country with which it is developing normal trade and economic relations. But this doesn’t mean that one [EAEU member country] will pressure another on a matter.”

          At the same time, Valovaya stressed that the EAEU is not holding talks on the enlargement of this organization.

          The Eurasian Economic Union comprises Armenia Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan.

          http://news.am/eng/news/327698.html

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

            Originally posted by Zeytun View Post
            I only found this one
            Thanks Zeytun Jan. There was another one with green arrows showing our line of fire towards the hill. But I can use this one too. I appreciate it!

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

              Armenia and NKR need these (or should produce these)

              http://www.popularmechanics.com/mili...drone-jammers/
              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 Joseph View Post
                Armenia and NKR need these (or should produce these)

                http://www.popularmechanics.com/mili...drone-jammers/
                If I recall, this would not work with the israeli drones that were used as they do not use a radio frequency.

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

                  Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army
                  South-east direction




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

                    Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                    Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army
                    South-east direction




                    Where was this photo posted?

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

                      Originally posted by Joseph View Post
                      Armenia and NKR need these (or should produce these)

                      http://www.popularmechanics.com/mili...drone-jammers/
                      This jamming devices are good only on conventional drones and can be used by polis and such to protect facilities or airports from hobby drone piloting.
                      But they are no good for military drones.
                      Besides our army has much more powerful jamming technology modernized by our guys.

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