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  • Foreign Relations of Armenia

    While the relations are known with azerbaija, turkey, and russia.What about other countries like CHINA, Syria, IRAN, Iraq? Where does armenia stand?

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    About China, I can tell that Armenian-Chinese relations are very good. According to my opinion, we should strengthen our ties more with the Chinese. We will gain alot from them.
    Նայիր Ինչպիսին է Բնութիւնը՝ այնպիսին են մարդիկ Ղ. Ալիշան

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      Eh, I rather have Armenia streghten it's relationships more with Japan.
      Chinese relations are good, but military wise streghtening our ties with
      Japan is much wiser.

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        Icy, Japan has an army with limited capabilities. It is not allowed to attack another country. China can help us more. I think that there are also a few things that we should learn from the Chinese:
        1. create an Armenian Martial Art/ Combat Art.
        2. bring a lot of babies in order to increase the Armenian Population.
        Նայիր Ինչպիսին է Բնութիւնը՝ այնպիսին են մարդիկ Ղ. Ալիշան

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          Re: Foreign Relations of Armenia

          Originally posted by Suedia View Post
          Icy, Japan has an army with limited capabilities. It is not allowed to attack another country. China can help us more. I think that there are also a few things that we should learn from the Chinese:
          1. create an Armenian Martial Art/ Combat Art.
          2. bring a lot of babies in order to increase the Armenian Population.
          Those I agree with you, but whne it comes to China's arms ex: tanks and fighter jets they are usually made from cheap parts, and when you are in a war the last thing you wan't is your tank/jet to malfunction. On the other hand I do agree with you, we should focus on military a bit more, but when it comes to population it's all on the government. If the government can provide good housing,social security, and healthcare then we will see a rise in the Armenian population.

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            Re: Foreign Relations of Armenia

            Originally posted by iversonmania View Post
            While the relations are known with azerbaija, turkey, and russia.What about other countries like CHINA, Syria, IRAN, Iraq? Where does armenia stand?
            Armenian basically has good relationships with almost every country in the world, and in other cases it simply has no political relationships with other countries because of distance in between, lack of mutual communication, or other things.

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            • #7
              Re: Foreign Relations of Armenia

              Armenia would do better to develop trade and diplomatic relations with China, and attempt to gain technological and scientific ties with China, Japan and South Korea. As far as military is concerned Russia is always the best bet, because as Icy said Chinese arms aren't as reliable as their western counterparts.

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                Originally posted by Icy View Post
                Those I agree with you, but whne it comes to China's arms ex: tanks and fighter jets they are usually made from cheap parts, and when you are in a war the last thing you wan't is your tank/jet to malfunction. On the other hand I do agree with you, we should focus on military a bit more, but when it comes to population it's all on the government. If the government can provide good housing,social security, and healthcare then we will see a rise in the Armenian population.
                hmm yes that could be right, the part about the tanks/jets. Unfortunanetly the goverment isn't thinking a lot about its people (population etc.)
                Նայիր Ինչպիսին է Բնութիւնը՝ այնպիսին են մարդիկ Ղ. Ալիշան

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                  Re: Foreign Relations of Armenia

                  By the way, has Armenia recently bought any new military weapons from Russia?
                  Նայիր Ինչպիսին է Բնութիւնը՝ այնպիսին են մարդիկ Ղ. Ալիշան

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                  • #10
                    Re: Foreign Relations of Armenia

                    Oh and just to let you know China hates Japan, South Korea hates Japan,
                    and North Korea has ties with China.

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