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

    Հայաստանը գնում է 6 միավոր Սմերչ և 6 միավոր ՏՕՍ-1Ա Սոլնցեպյոկ համակարգեր. զեկույց

    Posted on Նոյեմբեր 11, 2016 by Գարիկ Հարությունյան | Leave a comment

    Ռուսաստանյան Զենքի համաշխարհային առևտրի վերլուծության կենտրոնի 2016թ. նոր զեկույցում նշվում է, որ Հայաստանը Ռուսաստանից գնում է 6 միավոր Սմերչ համազարկային կրակի ռեակտիվ համակարգ և 6 միավոր ՏՕՍ-1Ա Սոլնցեպյոկ ծանր հրանետ: Գնվող համակարգերի քանակը ներկայացված է ըստ վերլուծական կենտրոնի գնահատման:


    ՀՀ ԶՈւ Սմերչ համակարգերը՝ 2016թ զորահանդեսի ժամանակ
    Զեկույցում նշվում է, որ 2015-ին պատվիրված համակարգերը Հայաստանը ստանալու է 2016 թվականին: Մինչ այս Հայաստանի զինված ուժերին արդեն մատակարարված Սմերչ համակարգերը ներկայացվել են սեպտեմբերի զորահանդեսի ժամանակ, իսկ Սոլնցեպյոկ համակարգերը դեռ չեն ներկայացվել:

    Հետաքրքիր է, սակայն, որ զեկույցում չի նշվում Իսկանդեր-Է օպերատիվ-մարտավարական հրթիռային համալիրների և Բուկ զենիթահրթիռային համալիրների մասին, որոնք ցուցադրվել են նույն զորահանդեսի ժամանակ:

    Վերլուծական կենտրոնի գնահատականով Սմերչ համակարգերի համար Հայաստանը վճարելու է 60 մլն դոլար, իսկ Սոլնցեպյոկների համար՝ 40 մլն դոլար:

    Զեկույցում նշվում է նաև, որ 2016 թվականին Հայաստանը ստանալու է նաև 2015 թվականին Ռուսաստանից պատվիրված Տիգր զրահամեքենաներ և Իգլա-Ս դյուրակիր զենիթահրթիռային համալիրներ (երկուսն էլ անհայտ քանակի):

    Նշված զինատեսակները, հիշեցնենք, Հայաստանը գնում է 2015-ին Ռուսաստանից վերցրած 200 մլն դոլար արտոնյալ վարկով:

    Զեկույցի՝ Ադրբեջանին վերաբերող մասում նոր տեղեկություններ չկան, վերահաստատվել են Տ-90 տանկերի և այլ սպառազինության մատակարարումների ավարտի մասին տեղեկությունները, որոնք հայտնի էին ՄԱԿ-ի սովորական սպառազինությունների ռեգիստրից:
    http://razm.info/91447

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

      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
      It stopped around 3PM
      The azeri armed forces are continuing violating the cease fire agreement at this very moment: 16 mortar rounds (82mm) have been fired at the Armenian positions few minutes ago...

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

        Meet the new traitor Suzanne Jaghinyan. She fled to Azerbaijan recently.



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

          Originally posted by armnuke View Post
          Meet the new traitor Suzanne Jaghinyan. She fled to Azerbaijan recently.
          She will be better off pulling out her crooked teeth to perform her azeri duties.

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

            Originally posted by armnuke View Post
            Meet the new traitor Suzanne Jaghinyan. She fled to Azerbaijan recently.



            Azeris want to put a new twist to this, but seing that xxx faced husband of hers I remember this defection happened more tha a year ago.
            But more importantly, after they are shown praying in the mosque, it is clear that those idiots are converts to Islam.
            It could be they are new or old converts, originally from Baku that moved to Armenia in 1988.
            More ...
            The woman's last name, Tsiganian, means gipsy. No Armenian would carry that last name unless some sort of gypsy or a mix.

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

              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Only 6 smerch launchers?that's quite hard to believe

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

                Originally posted by armo12 View Post
                Only 6 smerch launchers?that's quite hard to believe
                It says they are GOING to be delivered, is that in addition to the ones we already have?

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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

                      Armenian, Ukrainian presidents discuss relations by phone

                      Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan had a telephone conversation today with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, Sargsyan’s press office reported saying also that the conversation was initiated by the Ukrainian side.

                      According to the press office, the two leaders discussed the agenda of Armenian-Ukrainian relations, in particular, the intensification of political dialogue, as well as the implementation of mutually beneficial joint projects in the economic, scientific-technical and humanitarian areas.

                      The sides spoke also on cooperation within international organizations, and also noted the importance of holding periodic consultations on sensitive issues.

                      http://arka.am/en/news/politics/arme...ions_by_phone/

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