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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    The RA Police Troops






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      Good to see the Tiger APC with our boys

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        The artillery subdivisions of the 2nd Army Corps of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia have carried out a training camp




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            Vestnik Kavkaza
            Oct 22 2016


            Warlick rules out Karabakh agreement without “returning of
            territories” to Azerbaijan

            Oct 22 - 2:08 pm

            There will be no agreement without the return of occupied territories
            of Azerbaijan, or without talks on the status of Nagorno-Karabakh.

            Ambassador James Warlick, US Co-Chair of the Organization for Security
            and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group, stated the
            aforementioned at a press conference in the Azerbaijani capital city
            of Baku, reported Trend news agency of Azerbaijan.

            He noted that many elements for conflict resolution are on the
            negotiating table. Warlick added that these elements include the
            return of refugees and IDPs to their native lands and deployment of
            peacekeepers in the territory, and stated that all these elements will
            be the subject of discussions.

            “The question of Nagorno-Karabakh’s status has been put forward by
            [Azerbaijani President] President Ilham Aliyev, and we welcome it,”
            said Warlick.

            The OSCE Minsk Group US co-chair also stated that the presidents of
            Armenia and Azerbaijan can discuss various elements during their
            meetings, and that such meetings should continue.

            “The elements mentioned should be discussed as a package in order to
            resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict peacefully,” he said.

            The Minsk Group co-chairs have repeatedly stated that the status quo
            in the conflict is not sustainable, added Warlick, according to Azeri
            Press news agency.

            In his words, however, there is no information yet on the next meeting
            between the two presidents.

            But the co-chairs expressed their hope that the FMs of Armenia and
            Azerbaijan will meet in Hamburg, Germany, at the regular session of
            the OSCE Ministerial Council.

            https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2...-19Ibbswts8&e=
            Hayastan or Bust.

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              Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
              Warlick rules out Karabakh agreement without “returning of territories” to Azerbaijan
              As if anyone cares what Warlick would lick. China literally took over all of South China Sea infringing on many countries territory, including that of the Philippines. In return the Philippines told the US we are done with you and Obama is “Son of a hor”. Last year Putin said “England is just a small island no-one pays any attention to”. Won’t be long when the US will be just a big island no-one pays any attention to.

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                Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                Vestnik Kavkaza
                Oct 22 2016


                Warlick rules out Karabakh agreement without “returning of
                territories” to Azerbaijan

                Oct 22 - 2:08 pm

                There will be no agreement without the return of occupied territories
                of Azerbaijan, or without talks on the status of Nagorno-Karabakh.

                Ambassador James Warlick, US Co-Chair of the Organization for Security
                and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group, stated the
                aforementioned at a press conference in the Azerbaijani capital city
                of Baku, reported Trend news agency of Azerbaijan.

                He noted that many elements for conflict resolution are on the
                negotiating table. Warlick added that these elements include the
                return of refugees and IDPs to their native lands and deployment of
                peacekeepers in the territory, and stated that all these elements will
                be the subject of discussions.

                “The question of Nagorno-Karabakh’s status has been put forward by
                [Azerbaijani President] President Ilham Aliyev, and we welcome it,”
                said Warlick.

                The OSCE Minsk Group US co-chair also stated that the presidents of
                Armenia and Azerbaijan can discuss various elements during their
                meetings, and that such meetings should continue.

                “The elements mentioned should be discussed as a package in order to
                resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict peacefully,” he said.

                The Minsk Group co-chairs have repeatedly stated that the status quo
                in the conflict is not sustainable, added Warlick, according to Azeri
                Press news agency.

                In his words, however, there is no information yet on the next meeting
                between the two presidents.

                But the co-chairs expressed their hope that the FMs of Armenia and
                Azerbaijan will meet in Hamburg, Germany, at the regular session of
                the OSCE Ministerial Council.

                https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2...-19Ibbswts8&e=
                Warlick should lick my ****.

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                  Come take your land

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                      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                      Vestnik Kavkaza
                      Oct 22 2016


                      Warlick rules out Karabakh agreement without “returning of
                      territories” to Azerbaijan

                      Oct 22 - 2:08 pm

                      There will be no agreement without the return of occupied territories
                      of Azerbaijan, or without talks on the status of Nagorno-Karabakh.

                      Ambassador James Warlick, US Co-Chair of the Organization for Security
                      and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group, stated the
                      aforementioned at a press conference in the Azerbaijani capital city
                      of Baku, reported Trend news agency of Azerbaijan.

                      He noted that many elements for conflict resolution are on the
                      negotiating table. Warlick added that these elements include the
                      return of refugees and IDPs to their native lands and deployment of
                      peacekeepers in the territory, and stated that all these elements will
                      be the subject of discussions.

                      “The question of Nagorno-Karabakh’s status has been put forward by
                      [Azerbaijani President] President Ilham Aliyev, and we welcome it,”
                      said Warlick.

                      The OSCE Minsk Group US co-chair also stated that the presidents of
                      Armenia and Azerbaijan can discuss various elements during their
                      meetings, and that such meetings should continue.

                      “The elements mentioned should be discussed as a package in order to
                      resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict peacefully,” he said.

                      The Minsk Group co-chairs have repeatedly stated that the status quo
                      in the conflict is not sustainable, added Warlick, according to Azeri
                      Press news agency.

                      In his words, however, there is no information yet on the next meeting
                      between the two presidents.

                      But the co-chairs expressed their hope that the FMs of Armenia and
                      Azerbaijan will meet in Hamburg, Germany, at the regular session of
                      the OSCE Ministerial Council.

                      https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2...-19Ibbswts8&e=

                      Warlick is absolutely right in what he says.

                      This exactly the agreement that Armenia under Serge Sarkisyan signed, I think it was in Kazan.

                      The only reason why this agreement collapsed, was because the Sultan wanted also ( the Soviet ) Karabagh.

                      Therefore if the Sultan has a change of heart and accepts Karabagh’s independence then all the agreements are ready and signed as Warlick describes.

                      What is pathetic on our diplomacy.

                      Despite all the sniping casualties as well as the mini wars, our side has not withdrawn these agreements from the table.

                      These point have been highlighted on numerous occasions by analysts such as Ara Babyan and others.

                      .
                      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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