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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Every time, when I look at our tanks APC's and LAV's, they are terribly outdated, is there any cheap method for us to upgrade them and what are the true risks they face on average so we can know what we can upgrade

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    • All-new Armenian-made MRLS used for the first time during the latest drills in Artsakh.

       

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      • Paul Goble, a U.S. political analyst, tells “168 Zham” that Turkey’s involvement in the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process is “extremely undesirable” because the current Turkish leadership is unpredictable and could seek to undermine Russia’s central role in international mediation efforts. “Turkey will continue to intervene,” he is quoted as saying. “That intervention will likely succeed only in cases like the April 2016 events [in Karabakh.] Or else, such intervention will not be allowed in the negotiation process influenced by both Russia and the U.S.”

        Source: https://www.azatutyun.am/a/28910315.html

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        I find it extremely interesting that as of late Paul Goble, architect and advocate of the infamous Goble Plan, has taken such interest in Armenia, and making statements that ultimately can be regarded as pro-Armenian. This is the second such instance that I am aware within a few months.
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          • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
            All-new Armenian-made MRLS used for the first time during the latest drills in Artsakh.
            has the N-2 finally went into productions? Or is this something completely different

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            • President Serzh Sargsyan arrived in Artsakh on working visit

              01.12.2017

              President of the Republic of Armenia, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Serzh Sargsyan arrived in the Artsakh Republic (AR) on a working visit within the framework of cooperation between the two Armenian States.

              RA President Serzh Sargsyan and AR President Bako Sahakyan called at the Defense Army Headquarters to attend the traditional yearend consultation with the participation of RA and AR Defense Ministers and high-ranking military officials.

              The meeting participants discussed army building-related issues and took note of the report delivered by the Defense Army Commander.
              http://www.president.am/en/press-rel...ic-of-Artsakh/








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                  • Հայաստանը ռազմականացված երկրների եռյակում

                     

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                    • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post

                      has the N-2 finally went into productions? Or is this something completely different
                      It's something completely different which would make the N-2 look like a joke.

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