Russia recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan - Sergey Markov

  27 September 2020    Read: 922
 Russia recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan - Sergey Markov

Director of the Russian Institute for Political Studies Sergey Markov wrote about Russia's position on recent escalation of the situations between Azerbaijan and Armenia on the frontline on his Facebook page.

"Russia does not want any war and supports peace. Russia has very good relations with Azerbaijan and Armenia. Russia recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan and has repeatedly stated that the fighting on the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh does not mean a violation of the territory of Armenia and does not include the CSTO mechanism," Markov stated. 

"Currently the economy of Azerbaijan is several times stronger than the Armenian economy several times. Azerbaijani army has become much stronger," Markov also added. 

Sergey Markov wrote: "Russia has a good relationship with Armenia, but critical with the Armenian leader Nikol Pashinyan. He is considered as an American agent. He included many people from the Soros Foundation in the government and parliament of Armenia. Pashinyan gave a secret order to arrest the Armenian General - Secretary of the CSTO."

"Vladimir Putin has good relations with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev. The United Nations has adopted a number of resolutions affirming that Nagorno-Karabakh is part of Azerbaijan. Russia fully supports the UN and all actions of countries must pass through the UN. In his speech before the UN General Assembly, Putin reaffirmed this a few days ago. Russia will take active diplomatic measures to end the conflict and move to peace and talks. However, there will be no military intervention," Markov noted. 



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