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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Dramatic Moments – Very Close to the Fall of Nagorno-Karabakh – Moscow’s Responsibility is Historic


Dramatic developments in the Nagorno-Karabakh war as the Azeris and forces occupy the strategic city of Susa south of the capital Stepanakert, which is heavily bombed and as shown in the photos its inhabitants have begun to leave the city.

From the end of September until today, when the war in Nagorno-Karabakh began, local Armenian forces bravely resisted. However, it seems that now all the available margins of defense have been exhausted.

The President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, addressed a speech to the Azerbaijanis, speaking of a historic victory over the occupation of the city of Susa.

The truth is that during all these almost 41 days of the war, the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh remained helpless without any substantial assistance from the West but, above all, from Russia. This is a historic mistake by Moscow, which sees Armenia weakening and is now taking a decisive step towards building a “corridor” connecting Turkey with Azerbaijan as the narrow strip of Armenian land separates the Nakhichevan enclave from the occupied Nakhchivan region in the south.

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It is also now a crucial question what will the mercenary forces in the region do. We are referring to those who went to fight in the south Caucasus fully aware of their mission and not to the poor deceived Syrians who agreed to go there with other facts. It is very likely that Russia will have a terrorist pocket in its southern side.

The above map reflects perfectly the situation on the front, while the quality difference seems to have been the inexhaustible logistical support of Turkey to Azerbaijan, as well as the reinforcement with human resources.

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