Oct. 5, 2020, 4:35 p.m.
Baku (Azerbaijan): The war between Azerbaijan and Armenia is gradually threatening to devour the entire region.
The war, which started off as a military conflict between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian rebels in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, has now drawn in six countries.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkey, Pakistan, and France are the 6 countries that have now directly joined the war in Central Asia but the sequence of countries joining this war has not yet stopped.
Now US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned third parties like Turkey and Russia to stay away from the war. The US Secretary of State has warned Turkey and Pakistan that meddling by third parties in regional conflicts has seen Syrian fighters moving from the battlefields of Syrian to Libya.
This leads to instability, unrest, conflict, fighting, peace being disturbed, he warned.
Now France has also taken direct entry in this war. Israel is selling weapons to Azerbaijan and is directly involved in the proxy wars between Russia and Turkey.
Turkey is paying salaries of $1500 to terrorists from Pakistan and Syria. But Turkey and Pakistan will have to pay a huge price for this conspiracy. Both countries have forgotten that Russia has a military treaty with Armenia. Russia considers the attack on Armenia an attack on its national interests and President Vladimir Putin will give a befitting reply to Turkey and Pakistan.
Turkey targeted the Russian Sukhoi 25 fighter aircraft of Armenia with its F-16 planes. After this, Azerbaijan bought Bayarktar TB2 drones from Turkey. Azerbaijan also has a good friendship with Israel. Therefore Azerbaijan is also using dangerous Israeli missiles.
Turkey’s air force has been wreaking havoc on Armenia. Azerbaijan and Turkish air forces are selectively destroying Armenia’s army formations, tanks, and rocket launchers. France, Russia, and the US have given Turkey an ultimatum to withdraw from this war and has urged Azerbaijan to stop the war immediately. But Turkey has completely rejected the warning from the three superpowers.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has bluntly stated that a ceasefire will only take place when Armenia’s forces leave the Nagorno-Karabakh region.