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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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        School graduation celebration at Monte Melkonian Military and Sports College of RA Ministry of Defense









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            At first sight this post may seem does not belong here, therefore I will give the context in which I have put here.

            This is an Armenian monastery which existed nearly 1000 years.
            It is the Surp Magar Vank or Magaravank as we call it in Cyprus.

            After the Turkish invasion, this is the state it is in, not because, lack of maintenance or being ignored through other priorities but pure Turkish vandalism.
            Their genetic enjoyment of desecrating Christian Holy objects and being Armenian object is all too evident.

            Unlike our ANI, its destruction did not start 800 years ago but after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 when the region fell outside the control of the Greeks.

            At one point the Turks had proposed building a hotel on the site.
            After huge efforts through the United Nations, this was dropped.

            The point is, this is what we expect if we allow ourselves to fail, militarily, politically, economically, demographically, culturally.



            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sourp_...astery,_Cyprus



            http://www.peopleofar.com/2011/11/13...urkish-cyprus/
            Last edited by londontsi; 05-28-2017, 03:52 AM.
            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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              School graduation celebration at Monte Melkonian Military and Sports College of RA Ministry of Defense







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                From 02.20 the soldier from Istanbul

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                  Սարդարապատի հերոսամարտի հուշահամալիրում նշվել է Առաջին Հանրապետության ստեղծման 99-րդ տարեդարձը







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                    Border Service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation in Armenia








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                      Trainings of Russian aviation and Air Defense units in Armenia





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