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Arrangements for a cease-fire between Azerbaijan and Armenia were reached in Moscow

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At a meeting of the Government of the Republic of Armenia, the Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan announced that an agreement on an armistice had been reached in Moscow. We are talking about achieving a truce in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict - at the time of the negotiations of the so-called OSCE Minsk Group in Vienna.


Arrangements for a cease-fire between Azerbaijan and Armenia were reached in Moscow


The meeting of the chiefs of the Main (General) Headquarters of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan and Armenia was held in the Russian capital, after which fire was stopped by the opposing sides along the entire contact line. This is reported by the news agency, referring to the Armenian Minister of Defense. TASS.

Armenian media with reference to Ministry of Defense of Armenia provide preliminary data on losses incurred during the clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh: 14 tanks, 4 infantry fighting vehicles, several mortars, 29 military personnel, 7 of which are officers.

At the same time, they say in Nagorno-Karabakh that during the April conflict, Azerbaijan lost more armored vehicles than the army of the unrecognized NKR. If you believe the Nagorno-Karabakh side, the Azerbaijani losses amounted to 24 tank. The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry called this information “Armenian inventions”.

President of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Bako Sahakyan, stated that the NKR supports the cease-fire plan, which was worked out the day before in Moscow.
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  1. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 April 6 2016 12: 37
    +8
    And where else to put up if not in a fraternal country. The main thing is that there should be an acceptable result.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 12: 39
      +22
      Arrangements for a cease-fire between Azerbaijan and Armenia were reached in Moscow
      it feels like not "agreements", but a direct indication of GDP ...
      1. cniza
        cniza April 6 2016 12: 44
        +11
        This is no longer important, if only it would not blaze on a new one.
      2. Altona
        Altona April 6 2016 13: 03
        0
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        it feels like not "agreements", but a direct indication of GDP ...

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        Well, here everything is in a heap, where Aliyev, incited by the stubborn Erdogan, is like a friend. All this provocation comes from Erdogan's incitement. He needs to dispose of his radicals, whom we are squeezing out in batches from Syria to the territory of Turkey, where they have begun to actively destabilize Turkey itself. Apparently Erdogan offered Aliyev his plan to "regain control over the lost territories" by using Turkish radicals. They were successfully transferred to Azerbaijan, drugged and allowed in the front attacking lines. The Armenians, who had shot the area long ago, took up their posts and shot the attackers. After which the ardor of the attackers calmed down. This is how I present this picture. They wrote to me that some of the Armenian machine-gun crews were tired of killing the attacking stoned, there were a lot of them.
        1. Lekxnumx
          Lekxnumx April 6 2016 19: 48
          -1
          Quote: Altona
          Apparently Erdogan offered Aliyev his plan to "regain control over the lost territories" by using Turkish radicals

          How do you prove your statement, Comrade Marshal? or blurted out for the sake of a red word? Let's like Poroshenko with Turkish passports with his fellow Armenians machine gunners in the Armenian Foreign Ministry.
    2. Your friend
      Your friend April 6 2016 12: 45
      -7
      Quote: Spartanez300
      And where else to put up if not in a fraternal country. The main thing is that there should be an acceptable result.

      Are Armenians and Azerbaijanis "brotherly" countries to you? Soon natives from New Guinea will be registered in the fraternal countries on VO.)))
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 12: 53
        +2
        Quote: Your friend
        Quote: Spartanez300
        And where else to put up if not in a fraternal country. The main thing is that there should be an acceptable result.

        Are Armenians and Azerbaijanis "brotherly" countries to you? Soon natives from New Guinea will be registered in the fraternal countries on VO.)))

        and cho ... Russian with the Papuan brothers forever! wassat
        1. Pinkie F.
          Pinkie F. April 6 2016 13: 20
          +2
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          Russian with Papuan brothers forever!

          N.N. Miklukho Maclay
      2. Spartanez300
        Spartanez300 April 6 2016 13: 07
        +12
        In the Soviet Union in which I was born and raised these countries were fraternal, and let me decide for myself which country I consider fraternal.
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 13: 14
          0
          Quote: Spartanez300
          In the Soviet Union in which I was born and raised, these countries were fraternal

          I, too, but, "there are no others, but those are far away ..." realities have changed, of course your right to consider as brothers, those who are supported by our enemies ...
          1. Spartanez300
            Spartanez300 April 6 2016 13: 36
            +4
            At the time of my service in the Soviet army, both Armenians and Azerbaijanis were not bad guys in our unit, and the fact that the union fell apart is a lot of people in the former republics regret. The thing is that Turkey supports Azerbaijan: today they are smiling at you and tomorrow they are different, and you are being reproached, unfortunately these are the realities of the current policy to which ordinary people have no relation whatsoever. And to prioritize who is friend to Russia and who the enemy can and believe me patriot of his country. Well, this is my opinion on what is happening.
            1. Altona
              Altona April 6 2016 18: 30
              0
              Quote: Spartanez300
              The fact that Turkey supports Azerbaijan:

              --------------------
              Turkey supports its neo-Ottoman interests. Now she has an idefix to revive or create the Ottoman Empire-2.0, in which all will be Turks - Azerbaijanis, Kurds, part of the Arabs, etc. Russia does not need Azerbaijan to be Russian, but Turkey needs to be Turkish. Romania also needs Romania Mare, not Moldova and Ukraine. That's what the compote is.
          2. Altona
            Altona April 6 2016 13: 41
            +3
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            I, too, but, "there are no others, but those are far away ..." realities have changed, of course your right to consider as brothers, those who are supported by our enemies ...

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            Nowadays, money makes friends easily enemies. It’s time to come to terms with this phenomenon. All politicians can be bought, sold and done anything with them.
            1. igorka357
              igorka357 April 6 2016 13: 52
              +3
              Remember, money will never make an enemy of a friend, and if they do, then you didn’t have a friend!
        2. Your friend
          Your friend April 6 2016 13: 24
          -2
          Quote: Spartanez300
          In the Soviet Union in which I was born and raised these countries were fraternal, and let me decide for myself which country I consider fraternal.

          Are you raving Where have I forbidden you to count something?))) And by the way, the Soviet Union in which you were born is written with capital letters.)
      3. Yura
        Yura April 6 2016 13: 12
        +2
        Quote: Your friend
        Are Armenians and Azerbaijanis "brotherly" countries to you?

        Are Armenia and Azerbaijan somehow worse than brotherly Ukraine or brotherly Bulgaria? There is a proverb: "another neighbor is often closer than the closest relative", this is both literally and figuratively, this is just a word.
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 13: 16
          +6
          wake up ... The union has broken up. brothers damn ... Bulgarians brothers? this is generally nonsense, more than them, no one betrayed us ...
          1. Yura
            Yura April 6 2016 13: 29
            0
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            Bulgarians brothers? this is generally nonsense, more than them, no one betrayed us ...

            Andrey Yuryevich, if this is for me, then I meant it, I had to put the word "fraternal" in quotation marks in relation to Bulgaria and Ukraine, then I would be correctly understood.
            1. Andrey Yuryevich
              Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 13: 32
              +1
              Quote: Jura
              Quote: Andrey Yurievich
              Bulgarians brothers? this is generally nonsense, more than them, no one betrayed us ...

              Andrey Yuryevich, if this is for me, then I meant it, I had to put the word "fraternal" in quotation marks in relation to Bulgaria and Ukraine, then I would be correctly understood.

              Yes, to you, thanks for getting better. hi
        2. Your friend
          Your friend April 6 2016 13: 22
          -3
          Quote: Jura
          Is Armenia and Azerbaijan worse than fraternal Ukraine or fraternal Bulgaria?

          Have you asked Azerbaijanis and Armenians if they consider Russians as brothers? And how is this "brotherhood" manifested? Everyone here is already aware of the "brotherly" Bulgaria and Ukraine.
          Quote: Jura
          There is a proverb: "another neighbor is often closer than the closest relative", this is both literally and figuratively, this is just a word.

          I understood that an Armenian or an Azerbaijani is closer to you than a Russian.
          It's cool, for an Armenian - an Armenian brother, for an Azerbaijani - an Azerbaijani, and for a Russian brother - an Armenian, Serb, Bulgarian .... Where are you creeping out from.)))
          1. Yura
            Yura April 6 2016 13: 39
            0
            Quote: Your friend
            I got what you mean

            You didn’t understand, I’m not a brother about anything worse than another brother, a neighbor can be your friend, maybe an enemy - it depends on him to the same extent as on you. If a brother is not your friend, then he is no longer necessarily a brother; in relation to you, a brother cannot be an enemy but only a traitor.
            1. Your friend
              Your friend April 6 2016 13: 47
              +1
              Quote: Jura
              Quote: Your friend
              I got what you mean

              You didn’t understand, I’m not a brother about anything worse than another brother, a neighbor can be your friend, maybe an enemy - it depends on him to the same extent as on you. If a brother is not your friend, then he is no longer necessarily a brother; in relation to you, a brother cannot be an enemy but only a traitor.

              No, I perfectly understood everything, because your expression - "another neighbor is more often closer than the closest relative" you cannot understand otherwise, but you also specified "this both literally and figuratively."
              Enjoy what our CSTO allies think about us about "brothers", this is the top Armenian media in Russian)))):
              http://armtoday.info/default.asp?Lang=_Ru&NewsID=124025
              http://www.lragir.am/index/rus/0/comments/view/47913
              1. garnik64
                garnik64 April 6 2016 14: 44
                +2
                If one journalist wrote something, it doesn’t mean that everyone thinks so. You speak more badly about the Armenians. And about Lragir it is a pro-Western media. I don’t read it. And it’s not the people who criticize the authorities.
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend April 6 2016 16: 40
                  0
                  Quote: garnik64
                  If one journalist wrote something, this does not mean that everyone thinks so

                  Show me at least one Armenian media where there is something about the Russian brothers? I'm waiting.)))
                  Quote: garnik64
                  .You speak more vividly about the Armenians.

                  Who are you? More specifically.
                  Quote: garnik64
                  .And about Lragir, this is a pro-Western media. I don’t read it ..

                  Yeah, the whole top rambler of the Armenian media is pro-Western publications. Do not carry nonsense.
                  Quote: garnik64
                  And they criticize not the people, but the authorities.

                  Why the hell are you criticizing our government? Does she owe you something?
          2. Yura
            Yura April 6 2016 13: 53
            +4
            Quote: Your friend
            Where are you from

            When I was studying, in my class I studied more nationalities than students, I served urgent, in my unit there were more nationalities than there were soldiers in the state. If you can explain it, maybe you will understand something. In World War II, every single Mongol of draft age, that is, from 18 to 45 years old, fought on the side of the Soviet Army, even we didn’t have this, so the Mongols are my brothers.
            1. Your friend
              Your friend April 6 2016 13: 58
              -2
              Quote: Jura
              When I was studying, in my class I studied more nationalities than students, I served urgent, in my unit there were more nationalities than there were soldiers in the state. If you can explain it, maybe you will understand something.

              Yes Easy. Now these "nationalities" enthusiastically slaughter each other, accompanied by patriotic songs and the blessings of their mothers. Your "friendship of peoples" was based on the punitive apparatus of the USSR - and even that did not always work (Crimean Tatars, Chechens ...). The USSR is gone, the "friendship of peoples" is gone.
              Quote: Jura
              In World War II, every single Mongol of draft age, that is, from 18 to 45 years old, fought on the side of the Soviet Army, even we didn’t have this, so the Mongols are my brothers.

              Chit? This nonsense requires your confirmation - will you provide a link?
              1. Yura
                Yura April 6 2016 17: 01
                +2
                Quote: Your friend
                Chit? This nonsense requires your confirmation - will you provide a link?

                That would not go far here: http://topwar.ru/index.php?newsid=74642 And here:
                In the Second World War every Mongol fought

                In 1942-45, the Mongolian arat aviation squadron and the Revolutionary Mongolia tank brigade, created with the help of the MPR, fought on the Soviet-German front. Of course, several dozen fighters and tanks look pale against the general background. But in the east of our country, where the USSR was forced to keep the millionth group against Japan throughout the war, the Mongols already played a completely strategic role.

                In 1941-44, the number of armed forces of the MPR was quadrupled, a new law on universal military duty was adopted, according to which all men and women of Mongolia were obliged to perform military service. During the years of World War II, non-warring Mongolia spent over 50% of the state budget on its armed forces. Enlarged Mongolian troops became an additional counterweight to the Japanese Kwantung army. All this made it possible for the USSR to withdraw additional forces from the Far East, several divisions, which were already noticeable in size even on the scale of the enormous Soviet-German front.

                In August 1945, every tenth Mongol took part in the Soviet-Japanese war. Five Mongolian divisions, together with the Soviet troops, reached the Great Wall of China on the far approaches to Beijing with battles. In our country, this war is considered to be quick and easy with small losses against the background of the monstrous massacre of the Great Patriotic War. But for Mongolia, with a population of only 800 thousand people, it was a completely different scale - each (every!) Mongolian man of military age took part in the war with the Japanese. Here, in terms of “mobilization tension”, Mongolia surpassed the Stalinist USSR. In percentage terms, the losses suffered by Mongolia in that August 1945 are equal to the losses of the USA in the entire Second World War. So for our allies of the Mongols, the Soviet-Japanese war was neither easy nor painless.

                Alexey Volynets
                Russian Planet, July 19, 2013
                You could also search for "My own friend, comrade and brother". It is already clear what you will say next, do not waste time.
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend April 6 2016 17: 22
                  0
                  Quote: Jura
                  You could also search for "My own friend, comrade and brother". It is already clear what you will say next, do not waste time.

                  And what can I say. Here is your statement - "During the Second World War, every single Mongol of draft age, that is, from 18 to 45 years old, fought on the side of the Soviet Army." Here is an excerpt from your article - "In August 1945, every tenth Mongol took part in the Soviet-Japanese war."
                  You just lied. I hope you do not need to explain why?
                  1. Yura
                    Yura April 6 2016 19: 28
                    0
                    This is what you sliced:
                    Quote: Your friend
                    In August 1945, every tenth Mongol took part in the Soviet-Japanese war. "
                    This is only about the specific Soviet-Japanese war of 1945. And before that they were sitting on the stove?
                    in the war with the Japanese, each (every!) man took partMongol of military age.
                    Everyone from all Mongol men, that is, everyone who was of military age. Well, in the same place:
                    In 1941-44, the number of armed forces of the MPR was quadrupled, a new law on universal military duty was adopted, according to which all men and women of Mongolia were obliged to perform military service.
                    Buy cologne can help.
                    1. Your friend
                      Your friend April 6 2016 20: 17
                      0
                      Quote: Jura
                      Buy cologne can help.

                      Are you able to answer for your words? Your statement - "During the Second World War, every single Mongol of military age, that is, from 18 to 45 years old, fought on the side of the Soviet Army" is a lie, which you yourself refuted with your references.
                      If you have problems with your head, I’ll chew you all.
                      WWII began in 1939, WWII, as an integral part of WWII, began in 1941. "Every single Mongol of draft age, that is, from 18 to 45 years old" - did not fight in the Second World War, because only "In August 1945, every tenth Mongol took part in the Soviet-Japanese war." And before that, only one squadron and a tank brigade took part in the Second World War. You lied.

                      The five Mongolian divisions that fought along with the spacecraft in the Japanese war are from the strength of 45-50 thousand soldiers. The population of Mongolia is 800 thousand people at that time. Men 400 thousand. There is about half of the draft age - i.e. 200 thousand people. These 200 thousand could not fight on the side of the spacecraft. You lied.
      4. Luga
        Luga April 6 2016 17: 06
        -1
        Quote: Your friend
        Are Armenians and Azerbaijanis "brotherly" countries to you? Soon natives from New Guinea will be registered in the fraternal countries on VO.)))


        I, too, do not consider Armenia and Azerbaijan as fraternal countries. They haven’t done anything good for us and will not do it. Especially Azerbaijan, to whose natives I personally have an attitude ... how to say this ... ambiguous. In any case, to those with whom I personally know. I fully admit that there, in Azerbaijan itself, completely different people live - honest, proud, kind and generous, respecting themselves and others, but I have not seen such Azerbaijanis in our country. Maybe he was looking the wrong way.

        Armenians as a people and Armenia as a state owe much to Russia ... Personally, my relationship with the Armenians is not the best. But still they are different. And I would not even call them brotherly people (and, especially, Azerbaijanis).

        In my deep conviction, relations between Russia on the one hand and Armenia and Azerbaijan on the other, at best, can be built on the principle of patronage, when some sacrifice a small part of sovereignty in exchange for security guarantees, including (or perhaps "in the first place" ) from each other.
    3. iouris
      iouris April 6 2016 15: 51
      +1
      No agreement on Karabakh is possible.
      The solution of all national problems in the USSR is associated with the voluntary unification of the country. Otherwise, needles will appear on the debris of these neoplasms. And the nationally preoccupied "elites" must leave. Otherwise extremists will destroy them.
  2. Dimontius
    Dimontius April 6 2016 12: 40
    +3
    The main thing is that the ceasefire would be comprehensive, and not like in the Donbass. stop
    1. wasjasibirjac
      wasjasibirjac April 6 2016 16: 06
      0
      Quote: Dimontius
      The main thing is that the ceasefire would be comprehensive, and not like in the Donbass. stop
      Well, it will last until the fall. and there may be a new aggravation.
  3. 76SSSR
    76SSSR April 6 2016 12: 40
    +11
    Turkey quarrels - Russia reconciles ... Nothing changes for centuries.
    1. sa-zz
      sa-zz April 6 2016 13: 43
      +1
      Quote: 76SSSR
      Turkey quarrels - Russia reconciles ... Nothing changes for centuries.

      Time will show Karabakh, video 38 min.
      At 32 minutes, the representative of Turkey let slip that if Putin would have sat down and talked with Erdogan, there would have been no Karabakh.
      Who would doubt where the legs grow from.
      1. Your friend
        Your friend April 6 2016 13: 50
        0
        Quote: sa-zz
        At 32 minutes, the representative of Turkey let slip that if Putin would have sat down and talked with Erdogan, there would have been no Karabakh.

        I knew that Putin was to blame here too !!! Madhouse. (((
    2. Your friend
      Your friend April 6 2016 13: 53
      -1
      Quote: 76SSSR
      Turkey quarrels - Russia reconciles ... Nothing changes for centuries.

      Russia has not tried on anyone. Look at the public and those and others. They are all to blame for Putin, Russia.
      And this conflict will always exist as long as Armenia and Azerbaijan exist.
      1. Petrof
        Petrof April 6 2016 14: 37
        +1
        Quote: Your friend
        Russia has not tried on anyone. Look at the public and those and others. They are all to blame for Putin, Russia.



        A meeting was held with the mediation of Russia

        On April 5, 2016, in Moscow, with the mediation of Russia, a meeting was held between the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan, Colonel General Najmeddin Sadykov and the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia, Colonel General Yuri Khachaturov.
        At the meeting, an agreement was reached on the cessation of military operations on the contact line of the troops of Azerbaijan and Armenia.
        (C)
        Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan
        1. Your friend
          Your friend April 6 2016 16: 41
          0
          Quote: Petrof
          A meeting was held with the mediation of Russia

          On April 5, 2016, in Moscow, with the mediation of Russia, a meeting was held between the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan, Colonel General Najmeddin Sadykov and the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia, Colonel General Yuri Khachaturov.
          At the meeting, an agreement was reached on the cessation of military operations on the contact line of the troops of Azerbaijan and Armenia.
          (C)
          Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan

          AND? And how did they come to terms?
          1. Petrof
            Petrof April 6 2016 17: 01
            0
            no, they didn’t try on, but at least the intention to stop hostilities was demonstrated - with the participation of the Russian Federation
            and officially they don’t blame the Russian Federation for war
            on one Azerbaijani forum (which I sometimes read) there are several such accusers, but there are also several pro-Russian ones and perhaps even more of them
            1. Your friend
              Your friend April 6 2016 17: 25
              0
              Quote: Petrof
              no, they didn’t try on, but at least the intention to stop hostilities was demonstrated - with the participation of the Russian Federation

              That's what it is about - there is no reconciliation.
              Quote: Petrof
              and officially they don’t blame the Russian Federation for war

              Where did I write that they OFFICIALLY blame Russia?
              Quote: Petrof
              on one Azerbaijani forum (which I sometimes read) there are several such accusers, but there are also several pro-Russian ones and perhaps even more of them

              Give a link to this forum, otherwise I don’t go to any of their forums - I read some slops.
              1. Petrof
                Petrof April 6 2016 18: 08
                0
                /
                Quote: Your friend
                there is no reconciliation.


                depending on what is meant by reconciliation
                in any case, hostilities will cease, at least their intensity will drop to the normal rate

                and if reconciliation is understood as kissing, fraternity, joyful smiles and pats on the shoulders - this certainly will not happen, whoever contributed to this

                Quote: Your friend
                Where i wrote


                Well, if the majority of the ordinary people blamed, then the government would not have stood aside, but most likely would have led
                propaganda - not just invented


                Quote: Your friend
                Give me a link


                http://azeriforum.org
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend April 6 2016 18: 59
                  0
                  Quote: Petrof
                  depending on what is meant by reconciliation
                  in any case, hostilities will cease, at least their intensity will decrease to the usual norm, and if reconciliation is understood as kissing, fraternity, joyful smiles and pats on the shoulders - this certainly will not happen, whoever contributed to this

                  They also hate each other. It doesn't smell like bonus.
                  Quote: Petrof
                  well, if the majority of the ordinary people blamed - then the government would not have stood aside, but most likely propaganda would have led it - it’s not just invented

                  Yes, what are you. When did this power express the opinion of its people?)))
  4. PKK
    PKK April 6 2016 12: 41
    +2
    I note that the question was decided by the Chiefs of Staff, not politicians. That means they have enough authority. And they decided right away, apparently they were told something like that you can’t argue with.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 12: 54
      +1
      Quote: PKK
      . That means they have enough authority.

      and ours, therefore, have enough compelling arguments ...
  5. EvgNik
    EvgNik April 6 2016 12: 49
    +7
    Truce, so a truce. And there is no need to argue who has destroyed technology more. The situation needs to be resolved and not like in Ukraine.
  6. Airborne Major
    Airborne Major April 6 2016 13: 26
    +3
    CSTO member Armenia. Azerbaijan is not. At the same time, Azerbaijan buys from us armaments an order of magnitude larger than Armenia. To support only Armenia, Aliyev will be deeply offended and will completely jump off under Erdogan. Probably, the arguments of the Russian General Staff were really very serious at once to both sides. But one must always remember that Aliyev and Azerbaijanis are always mentally closer to the Turks than to us or the Armenians. Aliyev is simply a more truncated version of Erdogan. And a little more brains, due to the legacy of the great father Aliyev the elder. I think GDP has taken an extremely tough stance on this conflict and will force it to end the war. And then, let's see what happens
    1. Your friend
      Your friend April 6 2016 13: 29
      -4
      Quote: Major of the Airborne Forces
      But one must always remember that Aliyev and Azerbaijanis are always mentally closer to the Turks than to us or the Armenians.

      Armenians are mentally close to Armenians. And no more.
      Quote: Major of the Airborne Forces
      CSTO member Armenia. Azerbaijan is not. At the same time, Azerbaijan buys from us armaments an order of magnitude larger than Armenia. To support only Armenia, Aliyev will be deeply offended and will completely jump off under Erdogan.

      Support those who pay more money for our weapons. And spit to whom Aliyev jumps off.
      1. Airborne Major
        Airborne Major April 6 2016 13: 40
        +4
        Quote: Your friend
        Support those who pay more money for our weapons. And spit to whom Aliyev jumps off.

        You are not brought up in America by chance? The main thing there is money, not people.
        1. Your friend
          Your friend April 6 2016 13: 49
          -6
          Quote: Major of the Airborne Forces
          You are not brought up in America by chance? The main thing there is money, not people.

          You are not brought up in America by chance? So know for sure that the main thing in America.)))
          Stop talking nonsense. Americans are people like you.
          1. Airborne Major
            Airborne Major April 6 2016 14: 12
            +7
            Quote: Your friend
            Stop talking nonsense. Americans are people like you.

            Well, it means exactly in America. I know Americans by hearsay. By the nature of my service, I often had to communicate with them. Biologically, yes, they are the same. Mental absolute antipodes to Russian people. Values, you know, are different. And to your question, where did we creep from, I answer, from the depths of centuries, from the memory and precepts of ancestors, from Russian history, etc.
            1. Your friend
              Your friend April 6 2016 16: 58
              -6
              Quote: Major of the Airborne Forces
              Well, it means exactly in America. I know Americans by hearsay. By the nature of my service, I often had to communicate with them. Biologically, yes, they are the same. Mental absolute antipodes to Russian people. Values, you know, are different.

              Chito? Ahahaha ... yes you are a Nazi, my friend - divide the nation according to "mentality". So you will soon, like Obama, agree to the "exceptional Russian nation".)))
              Quote: Major of the Airborne Forces
              And to your question, where did we creep from, I answer, from the depths of centuries, from the memory and precepts of ancestors, from Russian history, etc.

              By the way, from what "precepts of ancestors" did hundreds of thousands of Russian Khivis crawl out in the Nazi army? Or officers from the Russian Army who sold weapons to the Chechens? Or tens of thousands of lads who died in the 90s?
              Stop talking nonsense. In every nation there are bastards and there are heroes. And the Americans are no different from the Russians.
              1. Airborne Major
                Airborne Major April 7 2016 11: 34
                0
                It is your right to think this way and not otherwise. Love the western world as you please. Just do not assume that if someone's opinion does not coincide with yours, then the person carries nonsense. Yes, you are right, we also had traitors, but there were disproportionately fewer than those who gave their lives for our land without caring for material wealth. Probably, the Russian Earth offended you something.
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 6 2016 13: 35
      0
      Quote: Major of the Airborne Forces
      CSTO member Armenia. Azerbaijan is not.

      but at the same time, Azerbaijan is a member of the CIS.
      1. Airborne Major
        Airborne Major April 6 2016 13: 38
        +3
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        but at the same time, Azerbaijan is a member of the CIS.

        The CIS is far from the CSTO. CSTO Allied Obligations. CIS chimera.
  7. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn April 6 2016 14: 08
    +2
    Quote: 76SSSR
    Turkey quarrels - Russia reconciles ... Nothing changes for centuries.

    If Turkey didn’t flirt with Azerbaijan and didn’t push, you look, this aggravation would not have started. It is clear that without Moscow no one will be able to resolve.
  8. iliya87
    iliya87 April 6 2016 14: 13
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    I do not know. I looked at different sources, there is nothing to blaze there. In terms of military strength "in its general essence: technique, position morale, etc." there is absolute parity. Moreover, neither one nor the other side is preparing for a full-scale war, many facts speak about this. So if there are any outbreaks, this is certainly not good, but a full-scale war should not be expected.
  9. Marconi41
    Marconi41 April 6 2016 14: 21
    0
    The loss is understandable. Whoever advances suffers more losses, with the approximate equality of troops this is a regularity. So, the Armenians are in some way right about the loss of Azerbaijan. Well, this war began during the USSR, more precisely inside it. Trying on these sides is unlikely to ever be possible with autonomous Karabakh. Our politicians will have to work hard to maintain the status quo.
  10. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov April 6 2016 15: 09
    +1
    And where else if not in Moscow? If in the CIS somewhere Vanya flashes again, Lech, Sanya will be raked
  11. atamankko
    atamankko April 6 2016 16: 14
    +1
    The main thing is that people have less blood and tears.
  12. Artura0777
    Artura0777 April 6 2016 16: 26
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    Pease came ... they received a hive from the Armenians and left. And what was the point, no one understood. And by the way, the first helicopter was shot down from an RPG !!!!!!!
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz April 6 2016 19: 00
      -1
      Quote: Artura0777
      Pease came ... they received a hive from the Armenians and left.

      Really ???

      Quote: Artura0777
      And what was the point, no one understood

      Well, they didn’t even think about it, although here many imagined themselves to be employees of the General Staff of Armenia and Azerbaijan and knew exactly what the parties wanted and what they achieved.

      And here is what the GENERAL famous for Armenians says.


      The Armenian Major General, known by the nickname “Commandos”, Arkady Ter-Tadevosyan gave an interview to the Armenian radio in connection with the latest events on the front line in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone.

      In his interview, the Armenian general expressed interesting thoughts.



      “In my opinion, our media do not properly cover these events. They say that these are aggressive, large-scale actions of Azerbaijan against Armenia. And not only they, officials say, the Ministry of Defense, etc., ”said Ter-Tadevosyan, emphasizing that in reality the Azerbaijani side set different goals.

      “The enemy had a goal to find out where our forces and means are. What are our opportunities ... And they achieved their goal. It was reconnaissance in battle. Their further task is that they will work through all this and take the second step. What did we answer? Well, since there was a surprise factor, we lost some positions, ”A. Ter-Tadevosyan continued.

      To the host’s question, did Azerbaijan achieve its goal, the Major General answered in the affirmative.

      “Reached, reached. This is called reconnaissance in battle. So it is known in military affairs, ”he said.

      “If it were a large-scale military operation, how could this be understood?” - the leader asks.

      "Very simple. In the early days, the enemy would have no casualties, but we would have had casualties. And a sign would be that on the first day, the second day, they would bomb Karabakh. That is, they would bomb not for several hours, but for several days, as, for example, it was in the Balkans or during Operation Desert Storm, ”said the Major General.

      In his opinion, having completed the primary task in accordance with all the rules of military affairs, Azerbaijan is actually ready to continue what has been started if it decides to launch a large-scale offensive.






      Even I, not a military man, considered this to be short-term. Since there were no reports of a huge accumulation of equipment and personnel, there was no order to mobilize partially. But for me, these are necessary conditions if the General Staff decided to seize the whole of Karabakh. This means did not have.
  13. Pitot
    Pitot April 6 2016 16: 51
    +1
    The countries are fraternal, but the peoples in these countries are not always "fraternal".
  14. Lekxnumx
    Lekxnumx April 6 2016 20: 15
    -1
    The Armenians and their assistants at the VO began to howl about the Turkish military at the front, about Igilovites, what is NONSENS referring to Armenian sources. For God's sake, do you feel the connection with the Ukrainian statements? Well, just admit that some Armenophiles didn’t differ much from the Ukrainians who fought with the regular army of the Russian Federation. Or a toad presses to admit the resemblance? Now the evidence is in the studio, where are they? or just like the Ukrainians say to take a word? .Where is the official statement of MO Az-on by the admins of VO? For the sake of justice, voice both sides .MO of both countries reduce losses, it is clear that the stereotype of inability to fight the Az-tse is shattered, right away you need to come up with excuses that the Turks say that Yigil. Just look at how many people in Baku are eager for battle and you will immediately understand who fought there. Even a person who is neutral to the conflict and does not approve of the nationalist mood in the society of Az-nah (that is, me) and the love of the Turks sucked in places bowed to their side. I can’t stand justice for these days, I saw what a dirty policy is. My fellow countryman, Lezgin Samir Kachaev from Shemakha, died in the battles. We remember, don’t forget, take revenge and Khuchbal remember the army of Amazasp that exterminated the civilian population of Lezgins and Tat . The bloody gorge did not forget everything we remember and you Armenians do not forget how the regular army was defeated by simple villagers Lezghins. Nobody retreated, no one survived, everyone was killed x but also the army of Amazasp did not go any further.
  15. Lekxnumx
    Lekxnumx April 6 2016 20: 37
    -1
    [media = http: //news.am/rus/news/320914.html] Here is the excuse for the failures of the Armenians. And what is the difference between gentlemen and users who copy these NOTHING based on statements? So who laughed at the Ukrainians there? What is peculiar to you gentlemen of the Armenianophiles are different? Some people have tragicomedy, but they are probably friends with logic in special cases.
    1. Your friend
      Your friend April 6 2016 20: 49
      +1
      Quote: Lek3338
      How are you distinguished gentlemen of the Armenianophiles?

      Actually, it’s full of Armenians, and here it’s incomprehensible to Armenians.
      And you would still be right to build proposals, otherwise it’s not clear to you what you mean.