Yerevan’s purpose revealed: Armenia pursues an insidious plan

The insidious plan of Armenia, which has been carrying out provocative attacks on the Azerbaijani lands along almost the entire border line for two days, has emerged. Aiming to draw Russia to its side as a military force in the new tension, Armenia seeks to make Western countries part of the anti-Azerbaijani coalition through the diaspora.


According to the news of Nerdun Hacıoğlu from Hürriyet, Armenians, who could not accept the defeat of the Second Karabakh War in 2020, are trying to draw Russia into a new war by disguising the current conflicts as “Azerbaijan officially attacked us”. At the request of the Armenian administration, the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) under the leadership of Russia, which convened the previous evening, decided to send a military observation mission to the South Caucasus region after the two-hour video conference session.


Commenting on the decision taken at the extraordinary session of the CSTO, attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said, “The leaders of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, which gathered urgently upon the application of Armenia, ordered the Secretary General of the CSTO, Stanislav Zas, to go to the region and prepare an on-the-spot report. After the prepared report is reviewed, the security organization will determine the steps to be taken.” While Armenia was trying to draw Russia into the war, it became clear that the ceasefire, which was brokered by Russia last Tuesday, was broken. The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan announced that the Armenian artillery units targeted the military barracks in the territory of Azerbaijan, using D-30 and D-20 cannons. It was stated that the attacks were concentrated in the Kelbacer and Laçin regions.


Military observers, who closely follow the conflicts in the border region between Azerbaijan and Armenia, stated that the Azerbaijani army responded to the Armenian provocations with much more modern war systems and noted that Armenia could not reach its goal.


Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev, who received the European Union Special Representative for the South Caucasus Toivo Klaar in Baku after the ceasefire was broken, declared that the Armenian administration is responsible for what has happened so far and what will happen. Emphasizing that Azerbaijan only responded to the attacks, Aliyev said, “Since the outbreak of the new tension, not a single Azerbaijani soldier has set foot on the territory of Armenia. We only respond to the provocative attacks of Armenia with point-blank strikes. Azerbaijan has no eye on an inch of Armenia’s land. All responsibility belongs to the Armenian administration,” he said. Meanwhile, Azerbaijan announced that it is ready to send the bodies of about 100 Armenian soldiers who died in the two-day conflict to Armenia through the Red Cross.


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