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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Martakert-Mataghis road asphalted for the first time. It wasn't even during Soviet times.



      Shushi road to Jdrduz, Narekatsi Institute, State University being asphalted as well.

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        2nd Karabakh war







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          2nd Karabakh war






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            2nd Karabakh war






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              Հանրապետության հրապարակը երկու գիշեր փակ կլինի
              13.09.2016

              Ճանապարհային ոստիկանությունը տեղեկացնում է, որ 2016 թվականի սեպտեմբերի 14-ին ժամը 23.00-ից մինչեւ սեպտեմբերի 15-ի ժամը 06.00-ն եւ սեպտեմբերի 15-ին ժամը 23.00-ից մինչեւ սեպտեմբերի 16-ի ժամը 06.00-ն Անկախության տոնի նախապատրաստական աշխատանքների իրականացման նպատակով դադարեցվելու է երթեւեկությունը Երեւան քաղաքի Հանրապետության հրապարակում:

              ՃՈ-ն հորդորում է բոլոր վարորդներին՝ վերը նշված ժամերից երկու ժամ առաջ դուրս բերել տրանսպորտային միջոցներն Երեւան քաղաքի Հանրապետության հրապարակի տարածքից, հակառակ դեպքում Ճանապարհային ոստիկանությունը ստիպված կլինի դրանք տեղափոխել պահպանվող հատուկ տարածք:

              http://news.am/arm/news/346174.html

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                The distance learning program designed for servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia is considered the best in the world

                13 SEPTEMBER 2016
                A delegation of the distance learning group from the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia, led by the coordinator of the information management system of the "Partnership for Peace" program and the "GlobalNet" program, Davit Ghazaryan, took part in the NATO distance learning forum, taking place at the modelling and simulation center in Suffolk, Virginia.


                During the forum, the working group from the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia presented its achievements in distance learning. The distance learning program designed for servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia took firm place in the presentation-competition that took place during the forum. Among the 11 participants in the competition were, NATO member states, the US, Finland, Turkey, as well as NATO institutions such as the NATO school, the NATO Defense College, etc.

                Currently, the working group of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia is cooperating with the "Partnership for Peace" consortium of the NATO reform command. Aid for the distance learning program is obtained from OSCE Yerevan.

                The distance learning program that took first place is already being implemented in the education and academic programs of the staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia.
                http://www.mil.am/en/news/4322










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                  2nd Karabakh war






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                    2nd Karabakh war







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

                      Just took this photos with my Armphone Preparations at Republic Square.


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