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Armenia – Azerbaijan stalemate. Aliyev warns Putin. Erdogan lashes out at Macron

Armenia & Azerbaijan stalemate. Aliyev warns Putin. Erdogan lashes out at Macron

The Duran: Episode 715.

Nagorno-Karabakh: Fighting continues, Baku issues Russia warning.

Armenia, Azerbaijan blame each other for continuation of the conflict as Aliyev warns Moscow not to get involved.

Nagorno-Karabakh: Fighting continues, Baku issues Russia warning

Armenia, Azerbaijan blame each other for continuation of the conflict as Aliyev warns Moscow not to get involved. Fighting has continued on Sunday between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces over the mountainous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh with both sides blaming each other for blocking a peaceful settlement to the conflict.

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Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
October 26, 2020

It’s always good to be reminded that Russia is slow to get on the horse but rides fast. Those who behave like adolescent berserkers (Erdogan comes to mind) end up by losing (as Erdogan repeatedly does). Good thing that Russia is patient and takes the diplomatic course first.

Eric Zuesse
October 27, 2020

Why aren’t these conversations (the two Alexanders) featured on BBC, CBS, or CNN? Maybe they’re just far too good to be considered. And this says a lots about those media.

Luka-The-K9
Reply to  Eric Zuesse
November 1, 2020

As far as we know they are not part of the ubiquitous CIA “mockingbird” sirens.

The BBC is a Zionist controlled parasite which feeds off the UK tax payers.

Most of the EUR corporate and public media is seriously degraded and infected by various kinds of bigots..

They get well paid to shut up.

If they don’t shut up then they are “got rid of”.

Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

I find Al Jazeera too biased. On TASS, the same news sound quite different: No “warning by Azerbaijani President Aliyev” mentioned. He would never dare to “warn” Russian President Putin. Firstly, both are close friends and allies. Secondly, Aliyev is in no position to “warn”. He is the President of a rather small and not so very powerful country. President Putin is the top President world-wide, and the Russian Armed Forces are also the best world-wide. Who would dare challenge them? Thirdly, the journalist of Al Jazeera seems to ignore the fact that both countries, Azerbaijan and Russia, are members… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Olivia Kroth
Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

TASS:

Putin, Erdogan discuss Nagorno-Karabakh

https://tass.com/politics/1217181

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

TASS:

Russia sees Armenia and Azerbaijan as equal partners – President Putin

https://tass.com/politics/1215307

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

Russia interested in settlement of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict more than anything else – says President Putin

https://tass.com/politics/1215373

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

“All participants of the negotiation process genuinely want the situation to be regulated, but no one is interested in this more than Russia,” the Russian leader stressed during a session of the Valdai Discussion Club.

“I would very much like for a compromise to be found. As you know, I’m in close contact with President [of Azerbaijan Ilham] Aliyev and [Armenian] Prime Minister [Nikol] Pashinyan. I speak to them over the phone several times a day. Our foreign minister, defence minister, heads of special services are in constant contact,” Putin said.

jirair jerry tutunjian
jirair jerry tutunjian
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

If true, it makes Russia an unreliable friend. How can Armenia and Azerbaijan be equal partners of Russia when Armenia and Russia are allies, Perhaps ally means something different to Putin.

jirair jerry tutunjian
jirair jerry tutunjian
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 28, 2020

Of course, Al-Jazeera is biased against Armenia. The channel is owned by the Qatar government which is not only an ally of Turkey but has given Erdogan billions of dollars to keep the diving Turkish Lira from hitting rock bottom. Al-Jazeera sometimes airs an item which Qatar rulers might not like. It’s a shallow gimmick to mislead viewers that the channel is not the mouthpiece of Qatar. Who pays the piper, etc.

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