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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 haydavid View Post
    Do you consider that the fact why many Armenians left Armenia is because they disagree with how the country was ruled ?
    They left BECAUSE of all the bad things. That doesn't make them more or less Armenian than you. They should be able to have something to say because Armenia is still their country.
    No doubt if Armenia did great economically many would come back.
    About five years ago, two of my cousins and their families left Armenia. The first ones came from Gyumri with four kids (ages 8 to 19 ) and the other cousin left Artashat ( 2 girls and son joined them after completing military service in Karabagh ) As happy as I was seeing them, it broke my heart that Armenia is slowly emptying and dying. These 7 kids were suppose to stay in Armenia, create strong families, and grow in Armenia. In other words they were the future, of our country.

    The number one reason both families left was because of lack of confidence in the future, laws, and equal opportunities. The family from Artashat complained also with corruption dealing with basic allocation of water for their farms.

    The reason they left is because they were sick and tired of the system and that they were not sure their kids would have a bright future in Armenia. I hope this changes very quickly.

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      I can imagine, the Prime Minister himself and his cronies, play a major role for the corruption in Armenia. I love how they announce these things, yet the whole world knows its starts at the top.

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

        While that may be true I do know of quite a few Armenians who have left the US permanently for Armenia.

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

          PanARMENIAN.Net - Mobile

          Around AMD 4.2 billion ($8.8 million) were transferred by 5990 legal entities and individuals in the period between April 4 and May 17, the Nagorno Karabakh government says.

          The entire sum will be spent to enhance the Karabakh army’s fighting capability.

          Those wishing to join and make a contribution can make money transfers to the bank accounts below:

          Аcquiring bank- “Artsakhbank” CJSC

          Address, Kievyan St.3, Yerevan, Armenia

          SWIFT` ARTSAM22

          Recipient – The Ministry of Finance of Nagorno Karabakh Republic

          Account number 22300612211100(AMD)

          Account number 22300110153200 (USD)

          Account number 22300200153300 (Euro)

          Account number 22300400153100 (RUR)

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

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

              Originally posted by Monte View Post
              About five years ago, two of my cousins and their families left Armenia. The first ones came from Gyumri with four kids (ages 8 to 19 ) and the other cousin left Artashat ( 2 girls and son joined them after completing military service in Karabagh ) As happy as I was seeing them, it broke my heart that Armenia is slowly emptying and dying. These 7 kids were suppose to stay in Armenia, create strong families, and grow in Armenia. In other words they were the future, of our country.

              The number one reason both families left was because of lack of confidence in the future, laws, and equal opportunities. The family from Artashat complained also with corruption dealing with basic allocation of water for their farms.

              The reason they left is because they were sick and tired of the system and that they were not sure their kids would have a bright future in Armenia. I hope this changes very quickly.
              I see this clearly too. About 30 percent of the people i know in yerevan moved outside in the last 5 years.

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

                21.05.2016
                ԱԺ մշտական հանձնաժողովն աշխատանքային այցով եղել է ռազմարդյունաբերական ոլորտի ձեռնարկություններում


                ԱԺ պաշտպանության, ազգային անվտանգության եւ ներքին գործերի մշտական հանձնաժողովը Կորյուն Նահապետյանի գլխավորությամբ մայիսի 21-ին աշխատանքային այցով Չարենցավանում էր` նպատակ ունենալով տեղում ծանոթանալ ռազմարդյունաբերական ոլորտի խնդիրներին ու հնարավորություններին:

                Հանձնաժողովի անդամները նախ այցելել են Չարենցավանի հաստոցաշինական գործարան, որն զբաղվում է հայկական բանակի զրահատեխնիկայի եւ հրետանային համակարգերի նորոգմամբ եւ արդիականացմամբ: Հանձնաժողովականները ՀՀ ՊՆ ռազմատեխնիկական ծառայության պետ, գնդապետ Կամո Միրզոյանի եւ գործարանի տնօրեն Հովիկ Ղարախանյանի ուղեկցությամբ շրջել են գործարանի տարածքում, ծանոթացել արտադրամասերի աշխատանքային պայմաններին, տեխնիկական հագեցվածությանը, հետաքրքրվել օրենսդրական լուծում պահանջող խնդիրներով, ինժեներական անձնակազմի պատրաստվածությամբ: Ոլորտի պատասխանատուների հետ քննարկվել են գործարանի զարգացման հեռանկարները:

                Նրանք եղել են նաեւ հաստոցաշինական գործարանի չափիչ գործիքների լաբորատորիայում, որն իրականացնում է որակի հսկման աշխատանքներ:

                Այնուհետեւ խորհրդարանականներն այցելել են Լյուբավա-Արմենիա հայ-լեհական ռազմարդյունաբերական ձեռնարկություն, որը զբաղվում է արտադրական օբյեկտների արդիականացմամբ եւ նորոգմամբ, ինչպես նաեւ արտադրում է կեղծ թիրախներ, վրաններ, սաղավարտներ, զրահաբաճկոններ, քողարկող ցանցեր եւ ռազմական նշանակության այլ գույք: Այստեղ եւս ԱԺ պատգամավորները շրջել են տարածքում, ծանոթացել աշխատանքային պայմաններին, ուսումնասիրել պատրաստի արտադրանքի նմուշները: Տնօրեն Յարոսլավ Ռուխը մանրամասն ներկայացրել է իր ղեկավարած ձեռնարկության գործունեությունը եւ առաջիկա ծրագրերը:

                Այցի ավարտին հանձնաժողովի անդամները եղել են Պատնեշ ընկերությունում եւ ծանոթացել արտադրամասերի տեխնիկական հագեցվածությանը եւ աշխատանքային պայմաններին:

                Նշենք, որ ընկերությունը զբաղվում է հակաօդային պաշտպանության (ՀՕՊ) միջոցների նորոգմամբ, արդիականացմամբ եւ արտադրությամբ:

                Ամփոփելով այցի արդյունքները՝ հանձնաժողովի նախագահ Կորյուն Նահապետյանը նշել է, որ հանձնաժողովը հետամուտ է լինելու ռազմարդյունաբերական ոլորտի խնդիրների լուծման ուղղությամբ տարվող աշխատանքներում:









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

                  Armenia army has new head of the Communications Troops
                  13:00, 23.05.2016
                  Region:Armenia
                  Theme: Politics


                  YEREVAN. – President Serzh Sargsyan has signed a decree whereby Temur Shahnazaryan has been appointed Head of the Communications Troops-Head of the Department of Communications and Automated Control Systems of the Armed Forces of Armenia.

                  Armenian News-NEWS.am has learned the aforesaid from the Presidential Press Office.

                  With a presidential decree on April 26, several high-ranking officers were relieved of their duties.

                  Armenia News - NEWS.am

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

                    Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
                    While that may be true I do know of quite a few Armenians who have left the US permanently for Armenia.
                    We need to remember that these people can start a new business or buy a home with the money they made in the US, and thus live a better life than an ordinary Armenian.

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

                      Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
                      While that may be true I do know of quite a few Armenians who have left the US permanently for Armenia.


                      Emigration should never be subject to a balance sheet treatment.

                      There are reasons why there is emigration.

                      It is in the power of the authorities to correct the situation.

                      They will not act on it because it is not its interests.

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                      Last edited by londontsi; 05-23-2016, 02:55 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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