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Armenia-Azerbaijan. Nikol Pashinyan points to two countries

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Premier Armenia stated on Wednesday that two countries that are members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) – i.e. the military formula uniting most of the former USSR countries – helped Azerbaijan during the 2020 military operation in Nagorno-Karabakh aimed at his country.

– Our allies took part in preparations for the war, a they were not on our side. I know two CSTO countries that participated in actions against us – he said during his speech in parliament. He did not indicate However, which countries are these?

Armenia-Azerbaijan. Nikol Pashinyan points to two countries

The conflict that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan mentioned is Second Nagorno-Karabakh Waralso called the 44-day war.

It lasted from September 27 to November 10, 2020 and was related to the border dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Nagorno-Karabakh formally belongs to Baku, but most of them live there Armeniansconstituting 75 percent the local population.

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During over 30 years of history there were a total of three wars there. The last one started in September 2023, but due to the overwhelming advantage of Azerbaijani forces, it ended after one day there was a ceasefire in favor of Baku. The turmoil forced… 100 thousand Armenians from Nagorno-Karabakh escape to Armenia, which has less than three million inhabitants.

Conflict in the Caucasus. Pashinyan about the CSTO

During his speech at the parliamentary plenum on Wednesday, Pashinyan also announced that the purpose of the 44-day war was “non-existence of the Republic of Armenia”. Earlier, the Prime Minister also stated that “you can't rely on the CSTO”, and Armenian society asks itself questions, “Is there any point in staying any longer?” part of this post-Soviet organization.

Over the years, Yerevan has been supported by Moscowand Baku by Ankara. Attempts to gain international support for the disputed region prompted Armenia to join the structures of the International Criminal Courtco The Kremlin received his hostile move (the ICC issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin – red.).

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