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The Turkish military continues to demonstrate its non-involvement in the war with Armenia in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. On November 4, the heroic defense ministry of Turkey announced that Azerbaijani forces had shot down one more Armenian Su-25 warplane in the conflict zone.
The setback in the south of Karabakh was confirmed by the Armenian Defense Ministry, who insisted that the situation is still under full control. If this is under full control, it’s hard to imagine how the Armenian side sees the variant of the situation when all is not under control.
The Armenian-Azerbaijani war, which started on September 27, continues in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region despite international diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the conflict.
Artsakh and Christian Armenia have been under attack by Azerbaijan, Turkey, jihadist terrorists, and ISIS since September 27. Armenian-Azeri War Update
A ceasefire has been announced, beginning 12:00 on 10 October, 2020, for humanitarian purposes for the exchange of prisoners of war and other detainees, and bodies of the dead, to be mediated in accordance with the criteria of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
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Analysts say that in fact what it aims is to achieve are the goals of his government’s foreign patrons in the Washington establishment, thus losing Karabakh and using this as a pretext to break its remaining ties with Russia and pushing the country towards integration with NATO.
Jim W. Dean - It looks like the Armenian ambush teams hemmed their perimeter in with small arms fire to bunch them up to make a better target for the artillery that had the range on them.
Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman also called for an immediate ceasefire to the conflict. He said that the Islamic Republic has prepared an initiative to resolve the conflict, adding that Tehran is pursuing the plan through consultations with both sides.
Jim W. Dean - I had my fingers crossed that this fruitless effort by a megalomaniac in Baku would cause him to come to his senses.
Jim W. Dean - Armenia has not been an aggressor, but has been a victim of Turkey's genocide. We have seen no reparation efforts whatsoever for Turkey's terrible crimes, having a pass, perhaps, as a NATO member.
NATO has taken a low profile in the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, leaving the impression that it may have decided to let matters take their course, which would be the antithesis of NATO's charter mission.
Jim W. Dean - Both sides seem to be picking off forward units, where artillery already have the approach ranges.
As of September 29, the Azerbaijani advance in the Nagorno-Karabakh region struck the Armenian defense, and Azerbaijani forces were not able to achieve any military breakthroughs. Both sides accuse each other of using foreign mercenaries and terrorists.