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

    ArmHiTec ցուցահանդեսի պատրաստություններ
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    Last edited by burjuin; 10-12-2016, 10:24 AM.

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        ArmHiTec-2016 Press Release

        The First Exhibition of Armaments and Defence Technologies is Held in Armenia


        The First International Exhibition of Arms and Defense Technologies ArmHiTec-2016 will be held in the Republic of Armenia from 13 to 15 October 2016.

        The exhibition is organized by the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia, Exhibition operators are: Yerevan Plant of Mathematical Machines PLC. (ZAO “YerZMM) and Exhibition Companies Group “BIZON” (OVC “BIZON” PLC).



        Exhibition "ArmHiTec-2016" is the most important and authoritative event in the military and technological sphere of Armenia. The event aims to promote the modernization and technical re-equipment of the Armed Forces, security and law enforcement bodies and agencies of the Republic of Armenia, increasing their combat capability and efficiency, as well as to ensure possibilities of studying the achievements of up-to-date international military-technical developments and solutions.

        In 2016, the exhibition has become a platform for events held by the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) – CSTO Business Council under Interstate Commission for Military Economic Cooperation and conference on issues of ensuring information security. Official events of the exhibition are held with participation of General Secretary of the CSTO Mr. Nikolay Bordyuzha and the delegates of the CSTO Collective Security Council session, held at the same time in Yerevan.

        The exhibition is organized as an integrated complex of exhibition, business and contest events in order to demonstrate to potential customers high-tech, innovative developments and ready solutions in the field of modern weapons, military equipment and technologies.

        Exposition program includes samples of advanced weapons, armaments and military equipment, information systems and technologies, special technical hard ware and transport.

        Exhibition profile includes such main topics as:

        Battle command and control system, communication systems and equipment, armed forces automated control systems;

        Robotic systems;

        Unmanned aviation: unmanned flying vehicles and systems, technologies of struggle with unmanned flying vehicles and systems;

        Search and examination technical means and facilities;

        High-precision weapons;

        Laser technologies, optical-electronic.systems and equipment;

        Means of air defence.

        Systems and equipment of radio intelligence, electronic warfare and radio electronic countermeasures;

        Armored vehicles and equipment, missile and artillery armaments and equipment;

        Military aviation;

        Small fire arms and ammunition;

        Information protection systems and equipment;

        Clothing and equipment, medical support of armed forces etc.

        Military-industrial complex of the Republic of Armenia is presented by the large scale exposition of the manufacturers of military technical equipment and companies working in sphere IT-technologies. The central part of the exposition will be the stand of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Armenia. At the exhibition will be put on display the production of such enterprises and companies as High-Tech Complex Mergelyan Cluster, UITЕ (Union of entrepreneurs of Informational technologies), the Unicum Company, CJSC ‘Yerevan Telecommunication Research Institute’, JSC "Edzhmiacin Instrument-Making Plant", JSC " Scientific-Production Association "Garni-Ler", JSC "65 Military Plant", JSC "RT-PIRKAL", JSC "KAMAZ ARMENIA" and many others.

        More than half of the exhibitors are foreign manufacturers of technical equipment in the field of armaments and defence technologies.

        Among the exhibitors are well-known industrial enterprises and research institutions from Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Belgium, Germany, Kazakhstan, Italy and the United States.

        The Russian exposition of military and defence products is presented by JSC "Rosoboronexport" and the leading corporations and enterprises of the military-industrial sector – JSC "Concern Almaz-Antey", JSC "Schwabe", JSC "SPC "Uralvagonzavod", JSC "United Instrument-Making Company", JSC "Him-Composite", JSC "TSNIITOCHMASH" and many others.

        To participate in the exhibition scientific-business program are attracted the leading experts and developers of weapons and military technical equipment from various countries, heads of Departments of the General staff of the Armed forces of the Republic of Armenia, representatives of international and interstate organizations. In the business program of the exhibition will be attended by Over 500 delegates from more than ten countries will take part in the work of the exhibition business.

        The ArmHiTec-2016 business program will be opened by Research-to-Practice Conference ‘The Role of 21st Century Technologies in the Modernization and Development of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia. International Cooperation’.

        The event is organized State Military-Industrial Committee of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Armenia, which was created in 2016 by the Deputy Minister of Defence Mr. David Pakhchanian.

        The conference is proposed to discuss three main topics:

        ‘State-of-the-Art Laser Technologies and Solutions within the Scope of the Purposes of the Armed Forces.
        ‘Advanced Technologies, Solutions and Ways of Countering Unmanned Robotic Systems’
        ‘Contemporary issues of industrial development, modernization and upgrading of military aviation equipment’
        During the exhibition it is planned to hold bilateral talks between the high ranking officials of the Defence Ministry of Armenia and the Departments of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia and the enterprises of the military-industrial complexes of various countries, as well as signing a number of contracts with the industrial enterprises.

        Meaning dialogue between the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Armenia and industry enterprises will permit to establish business contacts and expand the areas of military-economic cooperation between Armenia and the countries – participants of the exhibition.

        The Exhibition work on issues of interstate cooperation will be continued by the conference on the issues of information security of the States - CSTO members, where will take part the leading Armenian and Russian companies in the sector of IT technologies.

        Within the framework of the exhibition will be organized a special contest under the name of “National Defence and Security”. The Organizers have determined 12 main categories of the contest. Competitive selection will be conducted by the Committee of Experts formed by the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Armenia. The winners will be awarded by the medals, specially designed by the Ministry. Besides, the Competition Commission will award the Grand Prix of the exhibition.

        The First International Exhibition of Arms and Defence Technologies ArmHiTec 2016 will be held from 13 to 15 October 2016 at the ‘YerevanExpo’ Exhibition Complex (Yerevan, A. Akopyan street, 3). For more detailed information, please, address www.armhitec.com.



        YEREVAN, ArmHiTec Press-Service
        http://armhitec.com/media/press-releases/

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          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          ArmHiTec ցուցահանդեսի պատրաստություններ
          https://www.facebook.com/razm.info/p...98795113564154






          T-90 spotted

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            Originally posted by armo12 View Post
            T-90 spotted
            That's a T-90S. Almost certain the one we have.

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              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Notice the kill marks on the Shturm-S tank destroyer. We didn't have these during NKR war I. So my guess is it's from the April 4-Day War, but I can't confirm.

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                http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Sec...3711476290768/


                Russia, Armenia to set up joint air defense system in the Caucasus
                By Viktor Litovkin,
                Russia Beyond the Headlines
                Oct. 12, 2016 at 1:43 PM

                PHOTO: Armenian volunteers receive uniforms and weapons at a military commissariat to join the self-defense army of Nagorno-Karabakh in Yerevan, Armenia, on April 3. Now Armenia and Russia are working to establish of a single air defense system in the Caucasus region. Photo by Hayk Baghdasaryan/EPA/Photolure



                The Armenian parliament has ratified an agreement between Moscow and Yerevan on the establishment of a single air defense system in the Caucasus region. On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the Russian State Duma to also approve the agreement, which is aimed at improving security along Russia's southern border.

                The agreement is concluded for a period of five years with the option to extend it for another five years.

                Experts and military analysts regard the agreement as beneficial to both parties, particularly because it allows increased monitoring of Turkey.

                Benefits to Armenia

                "Under this agreement, we shall be able, when carrying our regional air defense tasks, to use Russian fourth-generation multi-role jet fighters, S-300 systems, their anti-missile and radar capabilities for aerial reconnaissance," Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan told the country's public television station Armenia 1.

                Armenia already hosts Russia'a 102nd Military Base in Gyumri. The base is the home of the 988th Surface-to-Air Missile Regiment, which is equipped with an S-300V missile system as well as the relevant aircraft detection, tracking and missile guidance radars. Tank, motor-rifle and artillery units are also based there.

                There are three MiG-29 squadrons deployed in the region, which if necessary can intercept enemy aircraft and, together with surface-to-air missile units, provide Armenia with effective air defense.

                The Russian units will support Yerevan's own substantial air defense capabilities, which include Soviet-made SAM systems such as the S-125 Neva with a range of up to 12 miles, the Krug with a range of 27 miles, the newer and more modern S-300PS surface-to-air missile systems with a range of 93 miles and the short-range missile systems Osa-AKM, Shilka, Strela-10 and Igla.

                Once joined with the Russian air defense system, the Armenian Air Defense Troops will have access to all the information available to Russian Southern Military District units and the country's air and missile defense troops.

                However, the air defense above Nagorno-Karabakh will remain the remit of the Armenian Defense Ministry; Russian air defense systems will not be involved there.

                Benefits for Russia

                "Russia and Armenia do not have common airspace, they are separated by Georgia. The joining together of their air defense systems will allow Moscow to create an additional 'air defense umbrella' beyond its borders," said former deputy air defense commander of the Russian Ground Troops, Ret. Lt. Gen Alexander Luzan.

                He added that the new agreement will be an additional check on Turkey, which is both the strongest military power in the region and has the backing of NATO. "We know from experience what Ankara may do even without Brussels' approval or contrary to its wishes. Whereas, a joint Russian-Armenian air defense system will become a serious warning to it," Luzan said, noting that the 102nd Military Base had already acted as a deterrent to Turkish moves in the region.

                Armenia is also on the frontline of air and missile defense for the Collective Security Treaty Organization. The new Armenia-Russia agreement will act in cooperation with other agreements already in place between CSTO countries, including a joint air defense system of the Western region (Belarus-Russia) and a joint air defense system of the Central Asian region (Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia).

                "The establishment of a joint CSTO air defense system is a strategically important decision. Furthermore, Russia, Armenia, Belarus and other CSTO countries are creating a single radar field, which should ensure air defense against threats posed by NATO member states, and Turkey in particular," said Ret. Lt. Gen Norat Ter-Grigoryants, a former deputy chief of staff of the USSR Ground Troops and one of the founders of the Armenian Armed Forces.

                Viktor Litovkin is a military observer for the TASS news agency. This article originally appeared at Russia Beyond the Headlines.
                General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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

                  If the arms exhibit is open to the public, I expect our members on this forum currently in Armenia to attend and share pics/info
                  Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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

                    2nd karabakh war







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

                      Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      ArmHiTec ցուցահանդեսի պատրաստություններ
                      https://www.facebook.com/razm.info/p...98795113564154

                      This is right next to my house. Mergelyan institute.

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