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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Սեպտեմբերի 17-ին Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ զինծառայող է մահացել
    Սեպտեմբեր 18, 2016

    Երեկ՝ սեպտեմբերի 17-ին, սոցցանցերում ադրբեջանական օգտատերերի գրառումների համաձայն՝ Աղդամի հատվածում սպանվել է Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ զինծառայող Սադիգով Էլնուր Վյուգար օղլուն (Sadiqov Elnur Vqar oğlu)։ Ադրբեջանական պաշտոնական աղբյուրները սպանված զինծառայողի վերաբերյալ որևէ տվյալ չեն հրապարակել։

    Զինծառայողը Ադրբեջանի Նեֆթչալայի շրջանի Բեսդալի (Besdəli) գյուղի բնակիչ էր։ Մահվան հանգամանքերը դեռևս հայտնի չեն։

    Նշենք, որ 2016 թ. սա Ադրբեջանի զինված ուժերում և պաշտպանական համակարգի այլ կառույցներում տեղ գտած և հայտնի դարձած մահացու ելքով 135-րդ դեպքն է, որը կարողացել է արձանագրել Ռազմինֆոն։

    Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ կորուստների մասին ավելի մանրամասն կարող եք ընթերցել այս հղումով:

    http://razm.info/88594

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

      Originally posted by Federate View Post
      The Russians basically gave us everything we ever wanted and per armnuke, we are even getting new tanks (probably T-90). Months of anti-Russia hysteria goes down the drain for pro-western NGO types who are scrambling to find new ways to blame Russia for all our woes. I saw one of them whining that Russian troops will be marching at the parade... There's literally fukking Iskanders being paraded but "herp derp why dem Russkies marching at our independence parade!!"
      My info says not T-90s, but not something far from their performance

      As for the people whining about the presence of Russian troops, show them these photos.
      US troops with M1 Abrams and M2 Bradley during the Polish Army day last month. (vs. a group of Russian troops with no armor marching in Yerevan)
      Guess those pro-EU/US pundits would agree that Poland is a full-fledge sovereign state


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

        Originally posted by burjuin View Post
        General rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan. 09/18/2016

        We practically got everything from Russia. This is an awesome power. Even NATO will have a hard time penetrating our borders. Like I said many month ago, we have become like a well spiked hadgehog that cannot be touched.
        And like I said many times, allmost all our problems are from inside us.
        Main issue, corruption. This government has to change it or it will have to be changed with more honest, patriotic governments. Oligarkhs must go.
        Yesterday I was watching material where a concern belonging to an oligarkh charged 1.2 bln drams to government for supplying vaccination shots that is 8-10 times cheaper in international market. And at 45-50000 new births in republic per year, they supplied supposedly 200000 units of an item that does not last a year. Abviousely 3/4 of this would be reexported to other countries under table. And supposedly this company was the only one competing for this government tender.
        Abvious and shamefull robbery of country by officials.
        Do not blame Russia blanketly, I said, educate and force change government. This is where our survival is threatened.

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

          Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016






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

            Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016







            Last edited by burjuin; 09-18-2016, 09:39 AM.

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                Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016





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                  Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016





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                    Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016








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                      Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016








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