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

    Originally posted by burjuin View Post
    Armenia’s defense industry production

    ^^^ Nice border security equipments. Good Job Armenia! Now sink them to a defense system.

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      @ Vahram 90
      Thanks for clarity on who said what.
      Actually I can only speak "baby talk" in our language, so am not able to do the analysis you did.
      HARK

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

        BAKU: Azerbaijani MP slams Iran’s high-level cooperation with Armenian military-criminal regime
        From: Katia Peltekian <[email protected]>
        Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2016 23:32:19 +0200

        APA, Azerbaijan
        Dec 21 2016


        Azerbaijani MP slams Iran’s high-level cooperation with Armenian military-criminal regime







        Iranian president’s visit to Armenia was expected, because the mullahs’ regime in Iran wrongly believes that a strong, democratic and independent Azerbaijan is a threat to the country’s territorial integrity, internal stability and the regime as a whole, Gudrat Hasanguliyev, Azerbaijani MP, chairman of the United Azerbaijan Popular Front Party, told APA on Wednesday.
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        He was commenting on Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Armenia.
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        According to the MP, there are two forces that discredit Islam across the world.
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        “The first is the existing mullahs’ regime in Iran and the other is the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group,” Hasanguliyev said, blaming Iran for having high-level cooperation with Armenia’s military and criminal regime which drove a million of Muslims out of their home and tortured babies, children, women and elderly people in Khojaly. x
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        “Today’s visit of the Iranian president to Armenia once again confirms it,” he added.
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        Iran, according to the MP, is one of the countries that support the existence of Armenian military junta.
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        “Armenia receives political support from Russia and economic support from Iran,” he noted.
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        The MP stressed that every bad things have a good side. “As we are not pleased with the Iran-Armenia cooperation, this has a good side as well.”
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        The positive point is that majority of the Muslims in Azerbaijan perceive the essence of religious authorities, Islamic republic and don’t want to politicize the religion, Hasanguliyev added.
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        “If Iran demonstrated a position similar to that of Turkey in regard with Armenia, at least kept the borders closed, the people of Azerbaijan would have been more inclined to political Islam in Azerbaijan,” the MP said. “Ideas like justice of Islam, brotherhood of all Muslims would have been more attractive, there would have been an opinion that the Islamic regime if fairer than others.”
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        “The Azerbaijani people witness that the religion is only used for fraud. The majority of Azerbaijani people perceive it. Only the minority can think differently for money or ignorant people can’t perceive the essence of the mullahs' regime in Iran,” he said, adding that about 30 million Azerbaijani Turks in Iran are also witnessing it.
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        The Azerbaijani MP also accused the mullahs' regime in Iran of overshadowing the issue of nationality. x
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        “Persian-mullah regime continues to disrespect their citizens - 30 million Azerbaijani Turks. Karabakh is the territory of both the Azerbaijanis and Muslims. There is a close cooperation between the mullahs' regime and regime that occupied Karabakh, expelled a million people from their lands. I think, the mullahs' regime’s exposing itself in such a way is in the interests of Azerbaijan,” he concluded.xx
        http://en.apa.az/azerbaijan-politics...al-regime.html
        Hayastan or Bust.

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

          Final tests in the training motorized rifle regiment







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            Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army







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

              Armenia government approves state defense order formulation procedure
              13:35, 22.12.2016
              Region:Armenia
              Theme: Politics


              YEREVAN. – The Government of Armenia on Thursday approved the procedure for the formulation of state defense order.

              Accordingly, the pricing of military products and equipment will be regulated.

              This will enable to conduct a pricing regulation policy during military procurements.

              Armenia News - NEWS.am
              https://news.am/eng/news/364286.html

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

                Originally posted by Azad View Post
                Levon will say anything for attention. He has no policy other than cave in policy.
                No one even knows what he stands for. The azeri propaganda machine, like to twist things to their extreme.
                They want land, they have to come and get it.
                @No one even knows what he stands for:

                If you want to know what Ter-Petrosyan stands for regarding the conflict you have to read his article "war or peace?". He has never changed his opinion or his arguments. You can agree or disagree in the solution he proposes but you cannot deny the fact that the alternative to a territorial compromise is the war.
                And then you can read the speeches of the members of our current government back in the 90s and compare them with their actual statements. In the 90s they declared that Armenia can hold the status quo even under blockade conditions. So they gave birth to the "no land to the enemy"-doctrine.
                But now you can see that all governments of Armenia were negotiating in the same logic of territorial compromise and that the resettlement proposal which is discussed today is worse than the proposal Ter-Petrosyan wanted to sign back in 1997. You have only to listen to the interviews of Sargsyan.

                @They want land, they have to come and get it:

                Yes, this is generally correct. And our army can defend our border against azerbaijan. But who says that our enemy is only azerbaijan? There is much more pressure on us than the demands of our fake neighbour country. So the reason that all armenian governments were negotiating about territorial compromise is not that they are traitors but the fact that nobody is asking us if we want to give back land or not. And if we had to give back some land anyway the best time for this compromise was the time direct after the war when our position was clearly stronger than the azeri position. This is by the way one of the key arguments of Ter-Petrosyan.

                I cannot say that this logic is correct and I don't want to convince anybody here in this forum. But it's annoying to see that young Armenians are explaining the problems of our land by pathetic arguments like jewish-turkish conspiracy, soros etc and by claiming anybody is a traitor who says something we don't want to listen.

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

                  *Translated from Russian*

                  Armenian armed forces conducted a successful operation behind enemy lines

                  The commander of N-military unit of the NKR Defense Army, colonel Smbat Grigoryan spoke about the successful operation which has recently conducted military entrusted to him parts. They have established a foothold in virtually the enemy's rear, in addition to the strategically advantageous dominant position.

                  "The implementation of such an operation was possible only thanks to the bravery and courage of our soldiers," - said the colonel.

                  http://voskanapat.info/?p=18911&l=ru
                  Last edited by armnuke; 12-22-2016, 05:28 AM.

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

                    Armenian Army





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

                      Do you guys think if azeris start to buy cheap cruise missles, turkish som or paki aclm, would russia supply us with some? Or thats a redline for moscow? The iskander is kinda regarded as a cruise missle since you can control how it falls abit... but still it does not have terrain hugging and can be detected by radars

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