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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • ՊԲ-ի Ինժեներասակրավորային զորքերի օրը

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    • Originally posted by haydavid View Post
      He's going to drain the swamp, nothing will stop him.
      He is going to act like the old regime just a different flag. One has to learn to unite instead of divide. Same garbage just another perspective. If he is going to drain the garbage he should make herya Levon disappear for good.

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      • Originally posted by Azad View Post
        He is going to act like the old regime just a different flag. One has to learn to unite instead of divide. Same garbage just another perspective. If he is going to drain the garbage he should make herya Levon disappear for good.
        So far Pashinian has done everything right. He achieved the impossible, united Armenian people in homeland and diaspora like never since ‘88.
        Created an atmosphere of anti corruption in government.
        On his way to ending destructive and cancerous oligarchic rule.
        Working on rebuilding suvereinity of country.
        Activated dead social and political life in Armenia.
        Made few mistakes, but not critical.
        Isolation of few thieves and oligarchs is not dividing but curing.
        He has exactly opposite views of LTP about Artsakh.
        So...
        So one sees it, another plays blind, but the show goes on.
        Forgot to mention, people love him. Hehe.
        Last edited by Hakob; 09-12-2018, 02:32 PM.

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        • Will see a year from now when nothing changes and people's pockets will still be the same how much loving he will get.

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          • Originally posted by Azad View Post
            Will see a year from now when nothing changes and people's pockets will still be the same how much loving he will get.
            I know you are praying for that.
            But sometimes people measure success with other factors like free elections, free speech, corruption free sistem (specially justice), equal opportunities etc...
            You see, previous rulers left so many holes and deficiencies than can be fixed.
            Even if Pashinian is out of picture a year from now, still things will never go back to what they were. He took our ship out of deadly whirlpool to go on, forward...
            And because how people behave and think now, things will happen. We are lucky to see this happening.
            Some people get upset from too many issues we see getting light now. But I think it’s good, better than pretending not to see them.
            Last edited by Hakob; 09-12-2018, 05:40 PM.

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            • I only pray for the progress and the well being of my people. All of this will not even register in our colorful history. If it does, it will be … “He took down some corruption and did not know what to do next”

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              • Հակաօդային պաշտպանություն / Air Defence

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                • Նվագախմբի աղջիկները / Girls from the Army Band

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                  • Armenia
                    army shot down 3
                    #Azerbaijan
                    soldiers in the last days, because Azerbaijani army targeted
                    #Armenian
                    civilians in the border villages: Armenia PM

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                    • Հայ-ամերիկյան համատեղ վարժանքներ / Armenia-USA joint military trainings

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