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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    • It is smelling a lot like putsch is being perpetrated in Artsakh and Armenia.
      If Artsrun Hovhannisian confirms that Shushi is in our hands then it is confirmed.
      And I would not be surprised that evidence of organisers behind this leads to north.

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        • Originally posted by Hakob View Post
          It is smelling a lot like putsch is being perpetrated in Artsakh and Armenia.
          If Artsrun Hovhannisian confirms that Shushi is in our hands then it is confirmed.
          And I would not be surprised that evidence of organisers behind this leads to north.
          that cant be ruled out. wolves in sheeps clothing wait for any excuse to undo the revolution. putin is waiting for the right moment to make his move.

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          • As predicted, he was great on removing corruption. Other than that, he did not know how to focus on anything else. He should have become corruption minister.
            Russeroun berani kaknets, him Russi mer berani kaknoume.

            "putin … make his move” Really? We prefer EU and NATO the ones that are orchestrating this garbage to get a footprint in order to attack Iran?

            Is anyone tracking “Elliott Abrams”. He was transferred from Venezuela orchestration to the Iranian one few months before all this started.



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            • November 9, 2020 TODAY

              "The Trump Administration Still Has Iran on Its Bucket List


              U.S President Donald Trump’s public schedule today is empty, but with 71 days of his presidency still to go, his administration’s drive to shape U.S. foreign policy remains as active as ever.

              Elliott Abrams, U.S. Special Representative for Iran and Venezuela, has been dispatched on a whirlwind tour of Trump’s most favored nations: Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia “for consultations on Iran,” according to a State Department ..."

              https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/11/09...oreign-policy/


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                  • Since your Pashinyan came to power this was the equations he wanted just like Levon. Enjoy it people! ... We got ourselves another Nakhichevan.

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                    • You gotta wonder what people thought the outcome of this conflict would be, becuse it became clear that armenia could not hold the military balance and deterrance, and so turkey checkmated pashinyan.

                      maybe now we can move on and have a peace deal, maybe. but its better than having constant wars, and an unrecognised republic. it was not a long term solution.

                      russia will get more influence in south cacuaus. azeris get their territories back, and armenia can have open borders again and a normal economy and instead of buying weapons we can invest in bettering armenia.

                      only real losers of course will be artsakhtsiz, because i dont see how they can go back now.

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