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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Hey Guys. I am wondering what happened to Seyran Ohanian? He was relieved of his duties as defense minister, and I thought the reason behind it was for him to become the CSTO leader. Do you guys have any info on what actually happened and why ?

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      Does anyone know if this is a real picture of one of the helicopters shot down in April by

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        Armenian peacekeepers in Kosovo






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

          Originally posted by Monte View Post
          Hey Guys. I am wondering what happened to Seyran Ohanian? He was relieved of his duties as defense minister, and I thought the reason behind it was for him to become the CSTO leader. Do you guys have any info on what actually happened and why ?
          CSTO assigned some new Russian as their Secretary.
          As for Seyran, he's running for elections in April. My guess is he wanted (or expected) to be Prime Minister when Aprahamyan's government resigned, but that didn't happen.
          That should be the reason behind him running against the Hanrabedakans. Or it's just made up so that HHK gets votes.

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

            Originally posted by Monte View Post
            Hey Guys. I am wondering what happened to Seyran Ohanian? He was relieved of his duties as defense minister, and I thought the reason behind it was for him to become the CSTO leader. Do you guys have any info on what actually happened and why ?
            Seyran Ohanian is now head of the operational military aspect as far as I know.
            Looks like this latest govt shake up threw Seyran out of top military post because of corruption in financial conduct (But) kept him in his most useful role ... Insightful military leader. As far as I know, the new defense minister is in complete control of the $$$ and Seyran is still doing what he does best.
            HARK

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

              Originally posted by Monte View Post
              Hey Guys. I am wondering what happened to Seyran Ohanian? He was relieved of his duties as defense minister, and I thought the reason behind it was for him to become the CSTO leader. Do you guys have any info on what actually happened and why ?
              Last I heard about him, it transpires he allowed one of his top generals to run a bakery and part time defence minister of Karabagh.

              Now he wants to go into politics.

              I remember on an occasion when he was swanning around the Karabagh trenches he was promising one of the squaddies to pay his wedding costs. Cringing staff.


              PS Sorry for being harsh. ( on second though I am not sorry.)
              Public duty is commitment.
              Its voluntary and sacrifice part of the deal. In return you get honours and respect.
              No forgiveness if you fail.
              Others doing it also is never an excuse. I wish and pray their judgement will come also.

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              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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                Originally posted by Achemish View Post
                Does anyone know if this is a real picture of one of the helicopters shot down in April by

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                No, don't think so.

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                  Originally posted by Achemish View Post
                  Does anyone know if this is a real picture of one of the helicopters shot down in April by

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                    Germany donors ready to support national park project at intersection of Armenia, Karabakh and Iran

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