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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Armenian president appoints top military officials
      19:17, 07.07.2016
      Theme: Politics

      YEREVAN. – President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan signed a decree to appoint top military officials.

      Major General Poghos Poghosyan has been appointed a chief of the department of arms supplies at the Armenian Armed Forces. Former chief Major General Melsik Chilingaryan is accused of abuse of power.

      By another decree, Major Genral Andranik Makaryan has been appointed chief of united group of forces.

      Major General Onik Gasparyan has been appointed deputy chief of staff of the Armenian Armed Forces.

      Armenia News -


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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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          Brilliant is the only way I can put it:


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            Somebody tell the dic.ktator next door spending on Euro 2016 ads and hosting F1 races will not contribute to social progress in Azerbaijan.

            Social progress index report 2016: http://13i8vn49fibl3go3i12f59gh.wpen...ain-Report.pdf


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              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Good example/proof that our SU-25s carry the infrared R-60 air to air missile.....thanks burjuin.
              B0zkurt Hunter


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                After Putin's phone conversation with Obama, looks like there is some back stabbing going on.

                "Russia sends its only aircraft carrier to Syria in response to US

                The Admiral Kuznetsov carries far fewer aircraft than its US counterparts. About 15 in total. But the ship was designed with a different purpose in mind — to carry a large number of long-range anti-ship missiles while providing air cover for its fleet."

                Russia’s accident-prone aircraft carrier is set to be put to the test — if it gets there. Its history of embarrassing breakdowns may see an anticipated mission to Syria backfire.


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                  2nd Karabakh war. Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army


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                    Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army


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                      Diversion attempt reported in Nagorno-Karabakh

                      An infiltration attempt carried out by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces during the early morning of July 8 was pushed back according to the Defense Ministry of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.

                      The NKR MoD added that the attempt came at 3:20 AM in the direction of Aghdam, and that the Azerbaijai Army violated the ceasefire in different directions by weapons of various calibers.

                      No casualties have been reported from either side.

                      The Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense denied it had carried out any diversion attempts.

                      The attempt is the first of its kind after fierce clashes erupted in early April.

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