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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by Serjik View Post
    My dear (OMG im taking like Vrej1915 now LOL!)

    Stuff like this really intrigues me been reading alot about KGB PLO and PKK lately. Like i said this stuff is always classified the archives are not open. Thats why i said you have to read between the lines of whats available. Bottomline is ASALA worked closely with PLO and PKK, both closely tied with KGB. Also ASALA was marxist and they military trained in beka valley a hotbed of syrian intel services and KGB. So you do the math. A interesting person to study is KGB agent karen brutents. Want more juicy rumors? OK here it is, elders say monte melkonian split ASALA into two factions and maybe was guilty for ASALA founder hagop hagopians assassination. All speculation i know, but i know also one thing in the intel world of secret organizations we only know 1% of the reality.

    PS i am pro russian because i am pro armenian
    Drop the ASALA subject. You are far from knowing anything. Whilst I speak to ASALA members on a daily basis and my family heavily involved in it you can read your Wiki pages . I can say one thing and that is you will never be half of what Madarian or Tarakjian was.

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

        Poland company: We can manufacture special clothing in Armenia, for rescuers in Iran
        09:32, 27.12.2016
        Region:Armenia, Iran
        Theme: Economics


        YEREVAN. – Lubawa Armenia company is ready to manufacture special clothing for rescuers in Iran.

        Company director Jarosław Ruch told about the aforesaid to Armenian News-NEWS.am, during the Armenian-Iranian Business Forum in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia.

        Lubawa Armenia is a subsidiary of Poland-based Lubawa company, and under the joint control by the Ministry of Defense of Armenia.

        “We want to offer uniforms for rescuers, especially for firefighters, to Iran,” said Ruch. “Moreover, it’s about the products that are manufactured in Armenia itself. It can be useful for both state-run institutions and private; for example, for the rescue departments of oil-extracting companies.”

        Armenia News - NEWS.am
        https://news.am/eng/news/365156.html

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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          I think if we are to get into this sort of business we need to be making good quality gear and be renowned for it . We don't want to be competing against Chinese standards at a higher price but of great quality. Armenia is headed a nice way , would be nice to see some of there tactical gear for the future .

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            Armenian multiple rocket launcher N-2 designed and produced by the Garni-ler company





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

              More Good News!!


              2016 թվականի ընթացքում Հայաստան է տեղափոխվել 516 սիրիահայ. սփյուռքի նախարար
              27.12.2016

              2016 թվականի ընթացքում Հայաստան է տեղափոխվել 516 սիրիահայ։ Այս մասին դեկտեմբերի 27-ին՝ ամփոփիչ մամուլի ասուլիսի ժամանակ, ասել է սփյուռքի նախարար Հրանուշ Հակոբյանը։

              Նրա խոսքով՝ միայն դեկտեմբերին Հայաստան է տեղափոխվել 27, իսկ նոյեմբերի 50 սիրիահայ։ «Այս տարի 18 հազար սիրիահայ ՀՀ քաղաքացիություն է ստացել, 1800-ը՝ կացության իրավունք, 300—ը՝ փախստականի կարգավիճակ»,– ասաց նախարարը։

              Հրանուշ Հակոբյանը նշեց, որ հիմա Հայասըանում ապրում է 22 հազար սիրիահայ։ «Իհարկե, անցնող տարին ծանր էր։ Պետք է ասեմ, որ տարեսկզբից Հայաստանից Արեւմուտք սիրիահայերի տեղափոխության ցուցանիշները նվազել են, եւ նրանք ավելի շատ սկսել են մնալ պատմական հայրենիքում»,– հավելեց նախարարը։

              https://news.am/arm/news/365227.html

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

                These Georgian guys are really doing a great job... what do you think about their military industry?

                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STC_DE...nade_launchers

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

                  Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
                  More Good News!!


                  2016 թվականի ընթացքում Հայաստան է տեղափոխվել 516 սիրիահայ. սփյուռքի նախարար
                  27.12.2016

                  2016 թվականի ընթացքում Հայաստան է տեղափոխվել 516 սիրիահայ։ Այս մասին դեկտեմբերի 27-ին՝ ամփոփիչ մամուլի ասուլիսի ժամանակ, ասել է սփյուռքի նախարար Հրանուշ Հակոբյանը։

                  Նրա խոսքով՝ միայն դեկտեմբերին Հայաստան է տեղափոխվել 27, իսկ նոյեմբերի 50 սիրիահայ։ «Այս տարի 18 հազար սիրիահայ ՀՀ քաղաքացիություն է ստացել, 1800-ը՝ կացության իրավունք, 300—ը՝ փախստականի կարգավիճակ»,– ասաց նախարարը։

                  Հրանուշ Հակոբյանը նշեց, որ հիմա Հայասըանում ապրում է 22 հազար սիրիահայ։ «Իհարկե, անցնող տարին ծանր էր։ Պետք է ասեմ, որ տարեսկզբից Հայաստանից Արեւմուտք սիրիահայերի տեղափոխության ցուցանիշները նվազել են, եւ նրանք ավելի շատ սկսել են մնալ պատմական հայրենիքում»,– հավելեց նախարարը։

                  https://news.am/arm/news/365227.html
                  Good news indeed. I'm also thinking of doing it. Sooner or later, either we will have to go back or fade away with time.

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

                    Armenian Army






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

                      Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
                      These Georgian guys are really doing a great job... what do you think about their military industry?

                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STC_DE...nade_launchers
                      Yes, and look what we came up with.
                      I must say I'm really disappointed with this "MRLS"
                      Bunch of RPG-7s welded on a rail. Are you kidding me?

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