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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Artsakh ready to provide humanitarian corridor to besieged Azeri troops if ceasefire is observed

    23:56, 17 October, 2020

    YEREVAN, OCTOBER 17, ARMENPRESS. If Azerbaijan observes the humanitarian ceasefire, the Defense Army of Artsakh is ready to provide humanitarian corridor to besieged Azerbaijani troops, Vahram Poghosyan, spokesperson of Artsakh's President, told ARMENPRESS.

    ''If starting from the agreed time Azerbaijan observes the humanitarian ceasefire, the Defense Army is ready to provide humanitarian corridor to besieged Azerbaijani troops'', Poghosyan said.

    Armenia, Azerbaijan agreed on a humanitarian ceasefire starting from October 18 midnight.




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        • Artsakh army: The enemy launched an offensive in the southern direction






              • Germany congratulates Armenia on successful reduction of 21 armored combat vehicles
                16:12, 14.05.2019

                YEREVAN. – On behalf of the German government, the German Embassy in Yerevan congratulates Armenia on the successful reduction of 21 armored combat vehicles. The embassy noted about this in a statement.

                “Through this effort, Armenia is now in compliance with the threshold for armored combat vehicles set by the Treaty on Conventional Forces in Europe (CFE Treaty). This treaty is an important pillar of security in Europe and the South Caucasus,” the statement also reads. “The reduction has been made possible through a NATO Partnership for Peace Trust Fund project with Germany as the lead nation. Germany has provided more than 1 million EUR for this project and stands ready to assist other state parties in order to achieve full compliance with the provisions under the CFE treaty.

                “The German Embassy now look ahead to the remaining steps of the Trust Fund project which include the demilitarization, dismantling and disposal of 140 armored vehicles as well as the establishment of an Explosive Remnants of War and Mine Risk Education (ERW/MRE) capability within the Armenian Centre for Humanitarian Demining and Expertise.”






                    • MoD releases footage of mercenary-terrorists dressed in uniform of Azerbaijani border troops

                      18:10, 18 October, 2020

                      YEREVAN, OCTOBER 18, ARMENPRESS. The Defense Ministry of Armenia released a footage showing mercenary-terrorists dressed in uniform of Azerbaijani border troops, ARMENPRESS reports spokesperson of MoD Armenia Shushan Stepanyan posted the footage on her Facebook page.

                      ‘’Mercenary-terrorists dressed in uniform of Azerbaijani border troops… I think you understand what happened with them’’, Stepanyan wrote.

                      Azerbaijan, sponsored by Turkey, unleashed war against Artsakh on September 27. In addition to the military-political assistance, Turkey has also deployed thousands of terrorists in Azerbaijan to fight against Armenians.