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

    Հայկական կողմը երեք զոհ ունի. Նոր մանրամասներ Տավուշում դիվերսիայի եւ մարտերի մասին
    Lragir.am
    Ներքին կյանք - 29 Դեկտեմբերի 2016

    Տավուշի մարզպետ Հովիկ Աբովյանը քիչ առաջ մեր թղթակցին տեղեկացրել է, որ Չինարի գյուղից հյուսիս-արեւելյան ուղղությամբ ադրբեջանական դիվերսիոն փորձի արդյունքում հայկական կողմն ունի 3 զոհ՝ երկու զինվոր եւ մեկ սպա:
    Ըստ նախնական տեղեկությունների, զինվորները լվացվելիս են եղել, երբ կատարվել է հարձակումը: Սպան շտապել է նրանց օգնության, սակայն զոհվել է հակառակորդի գնդակից:
    Մարտերի արդյունքում ադրբեջանական կողմի կորուստների մասին առայժմ տեղեկություններ չկան: Մեկ ադրբեջանցի դիվերսանտի դիակ հայկական կողմում է:

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

      Երևան–Արտաշատ ճանապարհին վթարի է ենթարկվել ՀՀ ԶՈւ ԳՇ պետի տեղակալ, գեներալ լեյտենանտ Էնրիկո Ապրիամովի մեքենան, գեներալը հոսպիտալացվել է
      29.12.16

      http://www.tert.am/am/news/2016/12/29/aprimamov/2237869

      Պաշտպանության նախարարության մամուլի խոսնակ Արծրուն Հովհաննիսյանը ֆեյսբուքյան իր էջում տեղեկացնում է, որ Երևան–Արտաշատ ավտոճանապարհին այսօր առավոտյան վթարի ենթարկված ավտոմեքենան սպասարկում է ՀՀ ԶՈւ-ի ԳՇ պետի տեղակալ, գեներալ լեյտենանտ Էնրիկո Ապրիամովին, ով, ինչպես նաև վարորդը վթարի հետևանքով մարմնական վնասվածքներ է ստացել։

      «Այսօր առավոտյան ժամը 7։30 ի սահմաններում Երևան Արտաշատ մայրուղու վրա վթարի է ենթարկվել ՀՀ ԶՈւ ԳՇ պետի տեղակալ, գեներալ լեյտենանտ Էնրիկո Ապրիամովի մեքենան։ ԳՇ պետի տեղակալը և վարորդը ստացել են տարբեր մարմնական վնասվածքներ, սակայն նրանց կյանքին վտանգ չի սպառնում»,–գրել է Արծրուն Հովհաննիսյանը։

      Մուրացանի հոսպիտալից Tert.am–ին տեղեկացրին, որ գեներալն այս պահին գտնվում է վերակենդանացման բաժանմունքում։

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

        Azeris attempt to infiltrate Armenia near the village of Chinari, firefight ensues. http://artsakhpress.am/eng/news/5910...in-battle.html

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

          Originally posted by Odysseus View Post
          Azeris attempt to infiltrate Armenia near the village of Chinari, firefight ensues. http://artsakhpress.am/eng/news/5910...in-battle.html
          apparently we lost 3 soldiers .

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

            Three Armenian servicemen were killed in Azerbaijan's attempted subversive attack near the village of Chinari in Tavush province in the early hours of Thursday, December 29, a Defense Ministry spokesman said in a Facebook post.
            "The Armenian Armed Forces neutralized the Azeri troops' activity on the border and thwarted the attack, which resulted in deaths and injuries, including among our forces," Artsrun Hovhannisyan said."Sniper rifles and grenade launchers are currently being used, the Armenian troops completely control the situation, thwarting the Azeris' attacks."
            "Senior Lieutenant Shavarsh Melikyan, privates Edgar Narayan and Erik Abovyan were killed in the fighting that broke out after the diversionary attack was attempted."

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

              I don't want to go into hasty conclusions, because I might be wrong.
              But from what I saw lately in videos/reports, our Army was saying that it has been calm in Tavush in 2016 (in a celebratory rhetoric).
              I hope it wasn't an Azeri tactic to keep things calm for a period of time in that area, and then carry out a surprise SF attack.

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

                Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                I don't want to go into hasty conclusions, because I might be wrong.
                But from what I saw lately in videos/reports, our Army was saying that it has been calm in Tavush in 2016 (in a celebratory rhetoric).
                I hope it wasn't an Azeri tactic to keep things calm for a period of time in that area, and then carry out a surprise SF attack.
                That's exactly what happened

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

                  Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post
                  Our economy will grow around 2.4%-3.0% as most non Armenian sources state, though it is going to be harder for our economy because of the sanctions imposed on Russia, but overall, I do Agree with your statement, in fact these sources are being shat out by one Anuss rather than multiple.
                  I do not want to be pessimistic but one has to look at the facts.

                  Only months ago the government was in a panic state, it said, the economy was in a dire state.

                  They imported an outsider ( to the party ) to do the job which they could not do.
                  Incidentally this was unconstitutional.
                  I understand to be appointed Prime Minister on has to have live in the country for a specified number of years prior to the appointment.
                  He did not qualify.

                  The economy improves or degrades based on external effects or internal decision taken good or bad.

                  Any decisions taken have to be explained with anticipated results, these things do not happen by luck.
                  Also proves competence at the task.

                  One has to ask what are the drivers of this expected result.
                  All interested parties from investors to common citizen wants to hear this.

                  Has anybody heard anything?

                  Given the culture of data falsification, hangover from Soviet times looks like another (new) angle to give the people ( false) hope towards their political aims.

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

                    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                    I don't want to go into hasty conclusions, because I might be wrong.
                    But from what I saw lately in videos/reports, our Army was saying that it has been calm in Tavush in 2016 (in a celebratory rhetoric).
                    I hope it wasn't an Azeri tactic to keep things calm for a period of time in that area, and then carry out a surprise SF attack.
                    Azerbaijani MoD denies launching an assault or shooting.
                    They're either lying as usual or have no clue about what their commanders are doing.

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

                      Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                      I do not want to be pessimistic but one has to look at the facts.

                      Only months ago the government was in a panic state, it said, the economy was in a dire state.

                      They imported an outsider ( to the party ) to do the job which they could not do.
                      Incidentally this was unconstitutional.
                      I understand to be appointed Prime Minister on has to have live in the country for a specified number of years prior to the appointment.
                      He did not qualify.

                      The economy improves or degrades based on external effects or internal decision taken good or bad.

                      Any decisions taken have to be explained with anticipated results, these things do not happen by luck.
                      Also proves competence at the task.

                      One has to ask what are the drivers of this expected result.
                      All interested parties from investors to common citizen wants to hear this.

                      Has anybody heard anything?

                      Given the culture of data falsification, hangover from Soviet times looks like another (new) angle to give the people ( false) hope towards their political aims.

                      .
                      You forgot one very important aspect.
                      Not only does Armenia have no sea, two of our four bordering countries have shut their borders.
                      That contributes to unfavorable macro and micro economic climate and hampers growth potential.
                      Last edited by armnuke; 12-29-2016, 04:03 AM.

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