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  • Republic of Armenia to build 3rd highway to Artsakh on Aras coastline

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia will build 3rd highway to Artsakh. The information was passed by the President of Artakh, Bako Sahakyan on October 15 during his meeting with Lebanese-Armenian businessmen.

    Group of shareholders of Artsakh Roots Investment (ARI) company (founded by over 200 mostly Lebanese-Armenian businessmen) which included about 25 people, was in Artsakh from October 13-16 for a regular visit in order to learn about the results of the previous years, have meetings with officials of Artakh as well as discuss organisational details of “Artsakh-2018” conference, reports civilnet.am.

    During the meeting with shareholders of ARI, Bako Sahakyan stated that the 3rd, Southern highway between Armenia and Artsakh is planned to be built on Aras coastline very soon.

    Bako Sahakyan also stated that Vardenis-Martakert highway not only has increased the security of Artsakh but also had an economic effect: in particular tourism in the region has increased, food and service points as well as hydropower stations were and are being built on the coastlines of Tartar and Lev rivers.

    After the war in Artsakh, Hayastan All Armenian Fund started the construction of Goris-Stepanakert highway. The second road connecting Armenia to Artsakh, Vardenis-Martaket highway was opened in September 2017. The road was built with the donations of all Armenians- with the support of the means collected during TV marathons in 2013 and 2014 by Hayastan All Armenian Fund and the governments of Armenia and Artsakh.

    http://panarmenian.net/eng/news/261251/
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    • Azerbaijan Foreign Ministry talks creation of Sydney settlement in occupied Kalbajar

      Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 17

      By Leman Zeynalova – Trend:

      The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry has commented on the information spread in the Armenian media regarding the creation of the Sydney settlement in the occupied Kalbajar district of Azerbaijan, as well as the construction of a new road connecting the occupied Azerbaijani districts along the Araz River with Armenia.

      “Armenia’s continued illegal activity in the occupied Azerbaijani territories, contrary to the spirit of the negotiation process and discussions at the CIS summit in Dushanbe, is detrimental to international efforts to resolve the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict,” the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry said in a message on Oct. 17.

      "This once again demonstrates that the words of Armenia contradict its actions - the non-constructive position of that country and lack of interest in the conflict settlement through negotiations," the message said.


      "The change of demographic situation by Armenia in the occupied Azerbaijani territories and other similar actions are a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law. The issue of illegal actions in the occupied Azerbaijani territories is constantly raised at international organizations," the message said.

      http://groong.com/news/msg640042.html
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        • Կապիտան Քրիստինա Իլիկչյան / Captain Christina Ilikchyan

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          • Originally posted by Artsakh View Post
            Republic of Armenia to build 3rd highway to Artsakh on Aras coastline

            During the meeting with shareholders of ARI, Bako Sahakyan stated that the 3rd, Southern highway between Armenia and Artsakh is planned to be built on Aras coastline very soon.
            I approve this smart move. One day this highway will connect Meghri to Nakhichevan and Yerevan.

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            • Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post

              Since Korean war, there is no real best/best of each side confrontation.
              So it is hard to find what dencent AA you can consider.

              In 1982, Malvinas war, the Argentinians had a pretty fair air defense system and not that much outdated air force, against revolutionary UK Sea Harriers, having major logistical vulnerability, and largely outnumbered.
              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falklands_War

              The air defenses of Yougoslavia /Serbia were outnumbered against NATO, yet they had some 'decency', notably in the professionalism of their crews.
              They were smashed by the mere mathematics, and on the edge US stealth technologies...
              Yet they had Mig 29-s, as did the saddam Air force ...
              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosovo_War

              The Iran-Irak war
              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran%E2%80%93Iraq_War

              I'm afraid, the only war where Air defense prevailed against overwhelming air force is the first Artsakh War....
              Actually in Falkland war Argentina did not have any AA missile system deployed in war theater or in mainland against British harriers, while British aircraft were operating under AA protection of their navy, along with advanced air to air and jamming sistems.
              In Yugoslavia, Serbs were defending with 1960s era S200 s against 4 and 5th generation aircraft. In desert storm or any other war since 1980 western aircraft have not faced equally modern or capable AA sistems.
              This proves my point that against an equal AA technology Air Force is just waist of resources.
              korean or Vietnam wars prove this.
              Vietnamese batteries inflicted devastating losses on US Air Force.
              While US has resources, other countries that do not have Boeing or Northrop Grumman scale factories to quickly replace lost assets, will quickly become Airforce less losers.
              In long run, my bet is with modern, tiered and flexible anti aircraft defence sistems being decisive.
              Last edited by Hakob; 10-19-2018, 06:02 PM.

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