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

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

        Armenia MOD: Azerbaijan did not notify participating countries about its military drills
        14:29, 20.06.2016
        Region:Armenia, Karabakh, Azerbaijan
        Theme: Politics


        YEREVAN. – The Ministry of Defense (MOD) of Armenia has issued a statement regarding the military exercises being conducted in Azerbaijan.

        “Pursuant to the (…) 2011 Vienna Document, the military exercises are subject to declaration if they include: 1) At least 9,000 people, including support troops. 2) At least 250 battle tanks. 3) At least 500 armored vehicles. 4) At least 250 self-propelled and back-round (hauled) artillery, mortars, and reactive rocket propelled means (100mm and larger) (…).

        “At the same time, pursuant to the (…) 2011 Vienna Document, if the participating country has planned to implement a larger [military] exercise in volume, in addition to the previously announced exercises in the reporting year, it must notify about it to all participating countries (…).

        “[But] the Republic of Azerbaijan has not notified the participating countries about the operational-tactical exercises to be conducted [in the country] from June 17 to 24 (…),” the Armenian MOD statement specifically reads.

        Armenia News - NEWS.am
        http://news.am/eng/news/333050.html

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

          President Sargsyan is in St. Petersburg right now.
          He's meeting with Putin.

          Also, I got to know from a reliable source in Russia that we have new tanks coming due late 2016.

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

            Originally posted by armnuke View Post
            president sargsyan is in st. Petersburg right now.
            He's meeting with putin.

            Also, i got to know from a reliable source in russia that we have new tanks coming due late 2016.
            t-72 ?

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

              Armenia defense minister visits military training unit (PHOTOS)
              17:31, 20.06.2016
              Region:Armenia
              Theme: Politics


              YEREVAN. – The Defense Minister of Armenia, Seyran Ohanyan, visited a military training unit, in connection with the final exams being taken in the military training units of the armed forces of the country.

              The Ministry of Defense (MOD) informed Armenian News-NEWS.am that, according to tradition, a celebratory event was organized Sunday at the MOD Marshal Hovhannes Baghramyan Training Unit.

              Defense Minister Ohanyan, Armavir Provincial Governor Ashot Ghahramanyan, commander of the military units stationed in the province, and veterans visited this training unit to congratulate and salute the cadets who have completed their educational process.

              In his welcoming remarks, the defense minister of Armenia underscored the role of military training units, and stressed that the junior commanders from such units contribute to the enhancement of the combat-readiness of the Armenian armed forces.

              Seyran Ohanyan also handed honor certificates, valuable gifts, and MOD medals to the cadets and the commanders of this military training unit who have excelled during the course of training.












              Armenia News - NEWS.am
              news.am/eng/news/333081.html

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

                Հայտնի է դարձել Ադրբեջանի ՊՆ թաքցրած 3 զինծառայողի կորստի մասին
                Հունիս 20, 2016

                Հունիսի 18-ին վարժանքների ընթացքում հետևակի մարտական մեքենայի տակ է ընկել և մահացել Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ ավագ լեյտենանտ Ալիև Ռահիմ Այդին օղլուն (Əliyev Rəhim Aydın oğlu), հունիսի 9-ին Ղազախի զորամասերից զինծառայողներից մեկը գնդակահարել է համածառայակցին և ինքնասպան եղել: Այս մասին հունիսի 19-ին հայտնել է ադրբեջանական ընդդիմադիր «Meydan.tv» լրատվակայքի համակարգող Հաբիբ Աբդուլլաևը:

                Ադրբեջանի պաշտպանության նախարարությունը մինչ օրս շարունակում է թաքցնել զինծառայողների մահվան փաստերը:

                Աբդուլլաևը մասնավորապես նշել է, որ հունիսի 9-ի գիշերային ժամերին Ղազախի զորամասերից մեկի զինծառայող, Սալյանի շրջանի բնակիչ Աղազադե Ասիման Աբդուլլա օղլուն (Ağazadə Asiman Abdulla oğlu) սպանել է համածառայակից, 1993 թ․ ծնված, Ղազախի Ջանալլի գյուղի բնակիչ, պայմանագրային զինծառայող Մուստաֆաև Էլեդդին Խալիդդին օղլուին (Mustafayev Ələddin Xaliddin oğlu)։ Այնուհետև Աղազադեն ինքնասպան է եղել»։

                Հունիսի 18-ին զորավարժության ընթացքում ՀՄՄ-ի տակ մնացած և մահացած ավագ լեյտենանտը ծնվել էր 1989 թ., Ադրբեջանմի Հաջիգաբուլ շրջանի Թալիշ գյուղում (գտնվում է Ադրբեջանի արևմուտքում, չպետք է շփոթել Արցախի Մարտակերտի շրջանի համանուն հայկական գյուղի հետ):

                Նշենք, որ ավագ լեյտենենատ Ռահիմ Ալիևի մահվան լուրը հաստատել են նաև նրան անձամբ ճանաչող ընկերները, սակայն նշվում է, որ լուրը հայտնած համածառայակիցներն իրենք էլ չեն տեսել ՀՄՄ-ի տակ մնալու պահը և չեն կարող ստույգ հաստատել սպայի մահվան պատճառը:

                http://razm.info/84770

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

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

                    http://www.rferl.org/content/talks-o.../27809257.html

                    Something's off from the normal pattern. There were no reported casualties leading up to this Aliyev-Sargsyan summit, when AZ practically always goes nuts right before a presidential meetup to attempt to squeeze us into anxiety or concessions.

                    Either we're better at defense (I'd like to believe this), or something is changing on the political level strategically.

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