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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    The Kornets and Smerches are 100% on parade (own sources in MOD) will see Tos if they are ready to be sent to Armenia idk, also the promised surprize but they didnt tell me what it will be :c so yeah, kind off a big parade
    Armenian Military Portal

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

      Originally posted by haydavid View Post
      Most of Armenians would dream to have work that is well paid like yours.

      Try living in Armenia with no starting capital and then we will talk.
      You have no idea of what's happening in Armenia and how the people there live and view the things. You are so , so out of reality it's scary.

      Anyway this is not the thread for it.

      How did Azeris react on the frontline during the events in Armenia ? I didn't really saw/see that much action from their side during the events or did I just miss the information?
      I have lived in Armenia. Australian young generation vs Armenian young generation. Especially the males. An Australian normally leaves home to fend for himself at the age of 18-20. The Armenian doesn't till his married , even then they sometimes still live at home with the parents. The Australian works up to about 6 days a week getting close to 60 hours of work for that week. The Armenian complain about money. Average salary in Australia is $45,000 a year with house prices at average $1.200,000(Sydney) with interest rates at about 5%. Armenia Average wage yearly is $ 3600 and average house price is $70,000 , and that mind you is in the city. Houses in the city of Sydney are well over 3 million dollars depending on size and views.
      So my point is you think you guys got it hard ? So do we. It will take me over 30 years to pay my own house off . Lets not get into house hold electricity water and food. Believe me you would be shocked. So my point is , Armenians complain and we have it hard but continue to work , maybe you can all learn a lesson or two ? The world has changed. Stop eating seeds on the side streets and send your women to work.

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

        Originally posted by armnuke View Post
        MoD: military units began preparations for a large military parade in Yerevan on 21.09.16 on the occasion of Independence Day.
        I couldn't find any statements on internet. Could you share the source?

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

          Originally posted by AstalaVist View Post
          I couldn't find any statements on internet. Could you share the source?
          Armenian Military Portal..who usually have good info

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

            Armenian MFA: If Azerbaijan does not speak about territorial concessions - why tell us if Azerbaijan does not speak about territorial concessions, it is not clear what to do in Armenia. He told reporters on August 4, after the Government meeting, Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan. When asked about what compromises may be involved, and that this is expected from the Armenian side, Kocharian expressed surprise that Armenia should say anything about it, if Azerbaijan does not even mention the possibility of the return of Nagorno-Karabakh territories (part of Martuni and Martakert regions - Ed.). "I have never seen in our reports to the press in Azerbaijan asked, for example, the president about this. Why then such questions should be asked at us? "- Said Kocharian.

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

              Արցախում զինծառայող է մահացել
              Օգոստոս 4, 2016

              Օգոստոսի 4-ին՝ ժամը 09:30-ի սահմաններում, ՊԲ հյուսիսային ուղղությամբ տեղակայված զորամասերից մեկի պահպանության տեղամասում, դեռևս չպարզված հանգամանքներում, մահացել է 1997թ. ծնված զինծառայող Վահան Վահեի Միքայելյանը:

              Դեպքի մանրամասները պարզելու համար կատարվում է քննություն:

              Պաշտպանության բանակը կիսում է կորստյան ծանր վիշտը և իր զորակցությունը հայտնում մահացած զինծառայողի ընտանիքի անդամներին, հարազատներին և ծառայակիցներին:

              http://razm.info/86323

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

                Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
                I have lived in Armenia. Australian young generation vs Armenian young generation. Especially the males. An Australian normally leaves home to fend for himself at the age of 18-20. The Armenian doesn't till his married , even then they sometimes still live at home with the parents. The Australian works up to about 6 days a week getting close to 60 hours of work for that week. The Armenian complain about money. Average salary in Australia is $45,000 a year with house prices at average $1.200,000(Sydney) with interest rates at about 5%. Armenia Average wage yearly is $ 3600 and average house price is $70,000 , and that mind you is in the city. Houses in the city of Sydney are well over 3 million dollars depending on size and views.
                So my point is you think you guys got it hard ? So do we. It will take me over 30 years to pay my own house off . Lets not get into house hold electricity water and food. Believe me you would be shocked. So my point is , Armenians complain and we have it hard but continue to work , maybe you can all learn a lesson or two ? The world has changed. Stop eating seeds on the side streets and send your women to work.
                x2 but in San Francisco. The culture of complaining and complaining about money while doing absolutely nothing to resolve their current problems is a pretty hard thing to sympathize with, especially when Im putting in 60 hours a week just to survive. Im teaching myself programming and going without nights partying to be more competitive while there are Armenians here who haven't worked a proper job their entire lives.

                There were these diaspora Armenians who tried creating job boards in Armenia and finding the most in demand professions. They were education, IT, healthcare professionals. But since your average Armenian male is too arrogant to work for someone else and to insecure to let his woman work, these positions go largely unfilled.

                This type of mindset is a detriment to our people in the 21st century.

                ---

                Back to the conversation. A lot of blogs and pseudo news sources (mostly Azeri) are now talking about the inevitability of Armenia losing Karabakh through war or peace. This is interesting because I've read an article that their economy is largely on the edge. If Armenian leadership knew what was best, they'd prepare for an offensive operation as opposed to letting our peers perish in the trenches.

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

                  Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
                  Արցախում զինծառայող է մահացել
                  Օգոստոս 4, 2016

                  Օգոստոսի 4-ին՝ ժամը 09:30-ի սահմաններում, ՊԲ հյուսիսային ուղղությամբ տեղակայված զորամասերից մեկի պահպանության տեղամասում, դեռևս չպարզված հանգամանքներում, մահացել է 1997թ. ծնված զինծառայող Վահան Վահեի Միքայելյանը:

                  Դեպքի մանրամասները պարզելու համար կատարվում է քննություն:

                  Պաշտպանության բանակը կիսում է կորստյան ծանր վիշտը և իր զորակցությունը հայտնում մահացած զինծառայողի ընտանիքի անդամներին, հարազատներին և ծառայակիցներին:

                  http://razm.info/86323
                  Every week one of our boys perishes. Leadership does nothing but take it. A pathetic state of affairs.

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

                    Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                    We have a guy that started about 6 months ago and allready advancing in positions. He emigrated about a year ago. An IT genius. Worked in R----------m Armenia (I just covered the full name, who knows?) in Yerevan, earning 500000 drams a month($1100.00). Very good.
                    I asked him why he left Armenia since he was making officially a 100000 more than the president.
                    His story...
                    About 1-1/2, 2 years ago they installed a 23 years old boss that was a relative of some high ranking official. This guy did not know a thing about Internet. But a fiew months later department ended up a large amount of equipment and funds missing. He says everyone knew that the new boss did it with his government sponsors.
                    One day this guy and several others were taken to police stations and interrogated, he was beaten up and kept for 36 hours. Police were demanding that he admit that he and several others were involved in theft and embezzlement of company funds. Everybody was afraid to say anything about boss and his click. His wife got a call from an unknown person telling her to let him know to "kheloq Mna" or else he would stay in jail.
                    Long story short, after he got out, he took his wife and flew to London, from there to US. Was hired right on spot and given a business contract with visa.
                    He says within six month of that insident, 1/2 the department he knew has ended up outside of country. Everyone who could just run out after released from arrest.
                    He says one of his friends even went to Italy and asked for political assylum.
                    All, educated IT people.
                    If anyone doubts the story, can send me a message and I will introduce him/her with this guy.
                    One think that I can verify, he is very professional that allready handles all company communications with all the branches in LA, Chicago, Conyers, Madison and England. And he has come to this country just little over a year.
                    Too much drama , very sad. Why can't it just be like a normal country you can invest into. Why do they create headaches when you are creating jobs. It as if they don't want to see a better nation. All these terrorists who are destroying our countries advance need to be tied down and bashed to death with a bat .

                    In other news Armenian Service Men are being trained in the US. Does anyone know why Putin and Sargsyan are meeting next week ?
                    Last edited by ASALA2116; 08-04-2016, 07:11 PM.

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

                      Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
                      Too much drama , very sad. Why can't it just be like a normal country you can invest into. Why do they create headaches when you are creating jobs. It as if they don't want to see a better nation. All these terrorists who are destroying our countries advance need to be tied down and bashed to death with a bat .

                      In other news Armenian Service Men are being trained in the US. Does anyone know why Putin and Sargsyan are meeting next week ?
                      Yes, the servicemen will train in Kansas.
                      Putin and Sargsyan are meeting on August 10.

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