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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army. 152 mm towed gun-howitzer D-20


    • 2nd Karabakh war. Nagorno-Karabakh DA tankers


      • Հյուսիսային առաջնագիծ


        • Very bizarre story, .... unless its a cover story for the real cause..

          The cause of the fire at the weapons store near Gilazi in Azerbaijan is known

          Deputy editor-in-chief of the Azerbaijani news agency Turan Shahin Hajiyev on his page in the social page Facebook wrote about the causes of the recent fire at the weapons store in Gilazi.

          According to the Azerbaijani journalist, the fire at the Giləzi (Gilazi) stockpile broke out as a result of the conflict between Nahjevan officers and local residents serving there.

          "The employee in Gilazi, Major Abbas Makhmudov, a native of the city of Ordubad in Nakhijevan, who had previously come to the general field of view because of his wild behavior, was waiting on Friday evening for the closure of the rural grocery store, and then, promising to take to his work, by car brought to the territory of the arms warehouse seller SM, whose husband is on earnings in Turkey.

          Under a fictitious pretext to get a job, he brought a woman to his office in a warehouse and together with another - another shameless person from Nakhchivan - raped a mother of three children.

          These people, who did not have honor and conscience, then threatened a young woman and demanded that she not tell anyone about what had happened. They threatened that if someone finds out about what happened, then her husband will have serious problems upon returning to Azerbaijan. They even said, they say, "we are Nakhijevan, and you are cowards".

          A day later, the brother of a raped woman found out about the incident, who telephoned a major from Nakhchivan and asked for a meeting supposedly with the purpose of agreeing for 100 manats and settling the problem.

          On the same day in the evening, allegedly to get the sum of the brother SM. visited on the territory of the arms store of the major and his friend, struck them with knives, doused with gasoline and set fire to them. Precisely because of this, a fire of unprecedented scale broke out, "Shahin Hajiyev wrote.

          Last edited by londontsi; 09-01-2017, 10:15 PM.
          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


          • Tankmen of the 102rd Russian military base in Armenia. Diving training


            • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
              OSCE Office in Armenia closed: OSCE Yerevan office confirmed that it worked on August 31 the last day
              What caused it to close down, it was one of the only things our country had access for diplomacy to Azerbaijan, there has to be a reason.




                • Armenian Air Defense Forces participate in Combat Commonwealth 2017 drills in Russia


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