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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • We need (3) things to make it impossible for the oily mongols to advance.

    - Advanced air defense Perfect we have
    - Our mountain terrain . Perfect God given
    - ATGM . Not enough
    I believe they have around 1500 to 2000 wheel or track armed vehicles.
    We should have around 400 advanced ATGMs with 10 rounds each.

    All other armaments are needed but are secondary, at least in our scenario of needs.
    Also better trenches (protection pockets) once they start their advancement shelling.
    IF they venture it will be after their Formula One event.
    Last year it was June 2017
    This year April 2017

    I personally don't see them taking anything beyond the flat plains if all the stars line up for them.
    Chances are they will have major causalities and we will liberate some more territories.
    Last edited by Azad; 03-15-2018, 08:58 PM.


    • Armenian Air Force


      • TThe views of the new president of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic have not satisfied the authorities of Artsakh

        The views of the new president of the Nagorno-Karabagh Republic have not satisfied the authorities of Artsakh

        According to the "People's Choice", Armen Sargsyan's election is not the same as the leadership of Artsakh.


        YEREVAN, 16 March - Sputnik. Zhoghovurd daily writes: "Armen Sargsyan's election to the post of the Armenian National Assembly is not so much in the heart of the Artsakh Republic leadership. On February 16, the candidate to the post of RA presidential candidate, Sargsyan left for Artsakh where he met with the Speaker of the National Assembly of Artsakh, representatives of the ruling parties.

        As our sources claim, there have been quite a serious question-and-answer about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and ways of its solution. And on this subject, A. Sargsyan's answers, the views expressed simply did not satisfy the authorities of Artsakh. And now they have a view that the new president will not be able to present the essence of the issue properly in the international instances.

        "Zhoghovurd" daily interviewed Arthur Tovmasyan, the deputy of "Powerful Fatherland" faction, who has denied this information, saying that "there is expectation not only from Armen Sargsyan, but also from all Armenians ... Sargsyan was the ambassador until he was elected president , and he is well aware of not only the current stage of the negotiation process but also the entire history of the negotiation process. "
        Last edited by londontsi; 03-16-2018, 12:21 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





          • Armenian Army

            Last edited by burjuin; 03-16-2018, 01:48 AM.



              Those who have access must listen all 30 minutes.....

              16 / Մարտ / 2018

              Զենք-զինամթերք. արտադրված է Հայաստանում


              • Armenian Air Force


                • .
                  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


                  • Armenian Snipers



                    • Regular flights from Yerevan to Kapan to resume in summer

                      YEREVAN, March 16. /ARKA/. An airport in the southern Armenian town of Kapan will be restarted in June or July, a spokesman for the governor of Syunik province, of which Kapan is the capital, said today. Armenian authorities had to shut down the airports in Kapan and in another town of Berd in the early 90s because of continuous bombardment by Azerbaijan. They have been idle since then.

                      According to the spokesman Vazgen Saghatelyan, a Czech plane L 410 that will take aboard 19 passengers will be operating regular flights between Yerevan and Kapan. He added that depending on demand, the number of aircraft could increase.

                      "Kapan is located quite far from Yerevan. It is not normal for businessmen to spend five hours to reach the town. The resumption of flights is believed to give a push to business activity across the province," Saghatelyan said. In his words, the trip by air will take half an hour.

                      He said another reason for restarting the flights is to ensure rapid transportation of patients, needing emergency surgeries from Syunik to Yerevan. He said also the Syunik Development Fund expressed readiness to subsidize the cost of tickets for such patients.

                      He said according to preliminary calculations, the cost of a two-way ticket will be about 30,000-40,000 drams.