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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Originally posted by Mher View Post
      lol who is the baker general? i didn't understand that first part

      we have to wait to see how much of this is an act, and how much of it is authentic. to see how much fundamental changes will be implemented. I really hope it is legitimate because the clock is running out on our republic.

      And i really hope serzh realizes his time is up and walks away in feburary of next year. because if he doesn't, i can tell you there'll be a bloody revolution here.


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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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        Ապրիլյան քառօրյայի կամավորականները





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          Originally posted by londontsi View Post


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          i knew about the scandal, but i never knew that he was promoted to chief of general staff
          <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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              I was just reading Sputnik News and it stated that In 2015, Russia and Armenia signed an agreement on a $200-million credit line for 10 years financing the purchase of military products. As part of the program Armenia purchases Russian Smerch multiple rocket launcher systems, Igla-S man-portable anti-aircraft missile systems, RPG-26 anti-tank guided missile launchers, Tigr armored cars, communication and engineering equipment. Now why would we want the Igla S and the Ancient RPG 26. I think there are some errors here.

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                  Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
                  I was just reading Sputnik News and it stated that In 2015, Russia and Armenia signed an agreement on a $200-million credit line for 10 years financing the purchase of military products. As part of the program Armenia purchases Russian Smerch multiple rocket launcher systems, Igla-S man-portable anti-aircraft missile systems, RPG-26 anti-tank guided missile launchers, Tigr armored cars, communication and engineering equipment. Now why would we want the Igla S and the Ancient RPG 26. I think there are some errors here.
                  If RPG-26 is all it takes to knock a T90, IGLA-S for MI-24 and Russians and Armenians know this?

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                    Հունվարի 29-ին հայտնի է դարձել Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ 1 կորստի մասին

                    http://razm.info/95518

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                      Originally posted by Azad View Post
                      They have stuff like that

                      https://armenianwoundedheroes.com/li...irst-aid-kits/

                      Just not convenient for a quick donation. Arshak Zakaryan is the guy that is doing some basic stuff. He should check with the military wants, create an e-commerce website.
                      I saw some of his videos, it is a start but not too organized. Think of it .. I have to contact him, he will tell me what he wants, than I have to purchase one item have it shipped to my location than I have to ship it again all the way to Armenia. He should contact TUMO center have a group of young kids build a decent site with a shopping card linked to few suppliers that will ship directly to his location. It is not a rocket science.
                      launching a website is very easy these days! you buy custom template from envato for 59$, implement all the pictures and info you need, woocommerce and voila!
                      full responsive on tablets, mobiles and desktop/laptops

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