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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 Vahram90
    it was the opposition rally in Aparan in 2008 before the presidential elections. You can think whatever you want about political partys and politicians but nobody has the right to attack people taking part in electoral campaigns. Pavlik did it on Sargsyan's order. He is a typical old-school dashnak mauserist who thinks he can save the country by putting his weapon on compatriots. It's the classic approach of stupid revolutionists: the death of an innocent policeman can be justified by the holy goal and the inner enemy has to be eliminated without asking the people who the inner enemy is.
    You are posting your opinion instead of factual material that I asked for.
    I am interested to know details about tgat attack in Abaran in 2008. About Pavlic and Serjik's order.
    Can you post anything?
    I am not arguing against your opinion.
    If you don't have any material on hand then post all the details that you know about incident.
    Last edited by Hakob; 01-10-2017, 07:19 PM.

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      Originally posted by Hakob View Post
      You are posting your opinion instead of factual material that I asked for.
      I am interested to know details about tgat attack in Abaran in 2008. About Pavlic and Serjik's order.
      Can you post anything?
      I am not arguing against your opinion.
      If you don't have any material on hand then post all the details that you know about incident.
      I will look in the archive of some newspapers tomorrow. It's difficult to find a good source. I only find articles which are referring to this incident. But there must be articles from that day in the online archives.

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

        Armenia made small arms






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            I have met Pavlik. He is a nationalist that can be manipulated very easily. But Armnuke is right. Most of these Sasna Tsrer guys are cut because they didn't get anywhere financially. Someone said before it has "nothing to do with money ". Brother everything has to do with money.

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              Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
              I have met Pavlik. He is a nationalist that can be manipulated very easily. But Armnuke is right. Most of these Sasna Tsrer guys are cut because they didn't get anywhere financially. Someone said before it has "nothing to do with money ". Brother everything has to do with money.
              ---- brother everything has to do with money ----
              The only thing a man has is his life. There have been some who gave all they had.
              Not for money.
              The point of many of my posts is the total submersion of our conduct and "money".
              Nobody seems to fathom the difference between LIFE and money ???
              Don't get me wrong, I gotta lotta zombies as friends and I even talk to them. But it gets lonely sometimes sitting where I'm am.
              Quote, brother money has to do with EVERYTHING.
              Ya, and my xxxx don't stink.
              HARK

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                Գազպրոմն ու Վրաստանը պայմանավորվել են Հայաստան գազի տարանցման վճարումների շուրջ

                https://news.am/arm/news/367095.html

                Թուրքական թերթը գրել է Հայաստանի հետ սահմանին պատ կառուցելու մասին

                https://news.am/arm/news/367070.html

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                  Definition of contemporary mans soul ... It's all about the money brother.
                  No worries drowning in that shallow of a puddle.
                  HARK

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                    Brun burn your reserve

                    "Azerbaijan Raids Wealth Fund as Central Bank Gets $4 Billion

                    A rebound in oil prices has brought no relief for Azerbaijan, the third-biggest crude producer in the former Soviet Union ... The $33 billion wealth fund has been the only source of dollars at auctions since February, when the central bank stopped sales after its assets declined to $4 billion."

                    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...o-central-bank

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