Disputed Territories in the Caucasus Region

Dagestan, RF

Dagestan, RF

Nagorno-Karabakh is an enclave in Azerbaijan. There are reports about rocket weapons and missile defense systems in the Caucasus region. Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia are in the Caucasus region. Yerevan is the capital of Armenia, Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan, and Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia. North of the Caucasus region is Russia and to the south is Iran and Turkey.

The Germans maintain airbases in Turkey. Turkey is the same region as Anatolia and Asia Minor. Abkhazia and South Ossetia are enclaves in Georgia. North Ossetia is in Russia. In 2008, the Russian military sent infantrymen and tanks across the border into Georgia. The soldiers were sent in the direction of Turkey and Abkhazia. Abkhazia is sometimes an Ottoman port.

There might be weapons platforms in the Caucasus region that receive signals from Turkey. Ankara is the capital of Turkey and it is inland. Istanbul is a port near Greece and the Balkans. East Germany traded in East German mark and West Germany traded in West German mark. Today Bosnia trades in Bosnian convertible mark. Bosnia remains an important port for the German military.

Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Gaza are ports in the Levant. Haifa is near the Golan Heights and Damascus. There have been tank battles in the Levant. It is possible the East Germans sent tanks to Tel Aviv from Lubeck. Lubeck is a port near Poland and the Gulf of Danzig. There might be tank driving schools near Tel Aviv.

The Germans build missile defense systems. It might be German-made weapons that are being deployed in the Caucasus region. The Austrians have for centuries maintained military outposts in Tabriz, Iran. Tabriz is near Anatolia. Albania, Bosnia, and Kosovo are Muslim enclaves in the Balkans. It is possible there are airbases in Kosovo that manage regional trade.

It is controversial when military radios are used for international trade. Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia have strategic ports. It is not well understood what military hardware is traded through these ports. It might be that rocket weapons and missile defense systems pass through Albanian ports on the way to Turkey and the Caucasus region. Albania has both strategic ports and railroads.

A few months ago, the Germans reported labor strikes. Lviv, Ukraine serves as a regional hub for labor unions. Lviv is near the border with Poland. In World War II there was a battle in Lviv. The prisons in Ukraine have been upgraded with defense spending. There are reports that the German security services send radios that are used by the police in Kiev.

Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia are similar in that they are enclaves in the Caucasus region. Abkhazia is a port on the Black Sea and the others are inland. It is possible there are airbases in both Turkey and Abkhazia that manage the recent weapons deployments in Azerbaijan. It is controversial about nanotechnology and weaponry. There are historical anecdotes about labor strikes in East Germany and Czechoslovakia. Dresden, Germany is near Prague. Dresden used to have dive bomber training schools.

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