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Modernization of Azerbaijan’s Su-25 fleet continues. 

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So far, at least 4 modernized Su-25ML have been delivered to Azerbaijan AF.

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Azerbaijan MOD reports that the last units of Russian peacekeepers have left Karabakh. Withdrawal process completed today. 

Azerbaijani flag was raised at Khojaly airport (used to be the HQ of Russian peacekeepers).

 

 

 

 

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/armenia-to-leave-russia-led-security-bloc-says-pm/ar-BB1o6Jho?ocid=BingNewsSerp

 

The leader of Armenia on Wednesday declared his intention to pull out of a Russia-dominated security alliance of several ex-Soviet nations as tensions rise between the two allies.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said his government will decide later when to leave the Collective Security Treaty Organization, or CSTO, a grouping that includes Russia and the former Soviet Central Asian nations of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

 

mid the widening rift with Russia, Armenia earlier froze its participation in the alliance, canceled its involvement in joint military drills and snubbed CSTO summits.

Pashinyan said Wednesday that for the first time that Armenia will leave CSTO altogether. He spoke during a question-and-answer session in parliament, saying that the government will decide later when to make the final move.

“We will leave,” Pashinyan said. “We will decide when to leave. We won't come back, there is no other way.”

Shortly after, in an apparent attempt to soften the blow to Moscow, Armenia's Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan emphasized that Pashinyan hadn't announced the full withdrawal yet.

“Those who assert that the prime minister said that Armenia is withdrawing from the CSTO are mistaken,” Mirzoyan said.

There was no immediate comment from Moscow.

Armenia’s ties with Russia, its longtime sponsor and ally, have grown increasingly strained after Azerbaijan waged a lightning military campaign in September to take the Karabakh region, ending three decades of ethnic Armenian separatist rule there.

Armenian authorities accused Russian peacekeepers who were deployed to Nagorno-Karabakh after a previous round of hostilities in 2020 of failing to stop Azerbaijan’s onslaught. Moscow, which has a military base in Armenia, rejected the accusations, arguing that its troops didn’t have a mandate to intervene.

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On 6/18/2024 at 10:26 AM, AttilaA said:

Armenia and France have signed a contract for CAESAR howitzers.

I wonder how long will it takes to this howitzers to be donated to Ukraine :)

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Deal is known. But there are some... problems in the way, like, you can not get NORA on either KAMAZ nor MAN truck, so most probably result will be Chinese Mercedes knockoff.

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On 6/26/2024 at 2:15 PM, bojan said:

Deal is known. But there are some... problems in the way, like, you can not get NORA on either KAMAZ nor MAN truck, so most probably result will be Chinese Mercedes knockoff.

What's the problem with the MAN chassis?

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Germans are withholding it, don't want it to be used for "military equipment going to problematic countries".

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40 minutes ago, bojan said:

Germans are withholding it, don't want it to be used for "military equipment going to problematic countries".

What about KAMAZ and having a local assembly in Azerbaijan?

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Getting KAMAZ even through 3rd countries runs afoul of western sanctions toward Russia. Will see what will happen.

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16 hours ago, bojan said:

Germans are withholding it, don't want it to be used for "military equipment going to problematic countries".

Huh. Who knew the Germans think Azerbaijan is "problematic".

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