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Turkey comes out in support of Azerbaijan, Armenia reaches Russia

The fighting over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh continued for the sixth day on Sunday after the ceasefire and Armenian and Azerbaijan security forces held each other responsible for the new attacks. On the other hand, Turkey has once again expressed its strong support for Azerbaijan, embroiled in a war with Armenia over the disputed territory of Nagarno-Karabakh. On Sunday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Chovushglu arrived in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, and met Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev.

He once again emphasized that in the ongoing confrontation between Armenia-Azerbaijan, Turkey stands firmly with its ally Azerbaijan. He clearly stated that Turkey is standing with its Azeri brothers in Baku. The Turkish Foreign Minister has arrived in Azerbaijan a day after Armenia discussed possible security assistance from Russia. Earlier, Armenia Prime Minister Nicole Pashinyan wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin seeking help in the Nagorno-Karabakh battle.

In response to this, on Saturday, Russia said that if the fighting reaches Armenia, Russia will be ready to provide all necessary help to Armenia under a defense agreement. Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has called the Armenian Prime Minister’s letter to accept defeat. Ilham Aliyev said that if seen, Armenia has accepted defeat but does not want to surrender. He said that through negotiations, Azerbaijan wants to resolve the matter, but Armenia has nothing to do with peace. They always want to take possession of the area of ​​Karabakh.

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Aliyev said that before this, Armenia wants to take possession of the areas which Azerbaijan had recaptured and that is the main reason for this fight. He claimed that since the fighting started on 27 September, Azerbaijan has occupied 200 settlements in the area of ​​Qarabakh. He said that this battle would not stop until Armenia retreated.

In view of the growing tension between Armenia and Azerbaijan, international analysts had already warned that Turkey and Russia may also join the conflict. A ceasefire has also been tried between Azerbaijan and Armenia, but they did not succeed. Both countries started accusing each other of violating it only hours after the ceasefire.

Both countries are accusing each other of firing and throwing bombs. News of the shelling has been reported many times outside the disputed Nagarno-Karabakh region, that is, far from the border. Azerbaijan said last week that Armenia has attacked Nakhchivan. Nakhchivan is an autonomous republic that is part of Azerbaijan. Nakhchivan is a shredded area off the mainland of Azerbaijan because of a thin strip of Armenia. Armenia has denied any attack on Nakhchivan and claimed that Azerbaijan is provoking her by making false accusations.

Experts say that drones are being used in large numbers in the ongoing war between the two countries. Because of this, Turkey has been mentioned in the current war. It was also said that it was due to the drone weapons purchased from Turkey that Azerbaijan gained an edge in this war. Turkey has also faced criticism over drone attacks within the country and the deaths of civilians in them, and for this reason Armenia has to look to Russia for help.

Nagorno-Karabakh authorities accused the Azerbaijanis of carrying out air strikes on Martuni overnight and firing missiles at several other areas. The Nagorno-Karabakh army said that Azerbaijan soldiers opened fire on the residential settlements of the area in the morning. On the other hand, Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry also accused the Azerbaijan army of firing on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border. The ministry also said that shells are being fired on settlements in Armenia military forces and areas of Adjabedi.

Nagorno-Karabakh is Azerbaijan’s border but has been under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia since the end of the fighting in 1994. This recent conflict between the two started on 27 September and hundreds of people, if not thousands, died in it. This is the most fierce tension between the two former nations of the Soviet Union.

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