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Armenia & Nagorno-Karabakh: Russia’s last bulwark in the Caucasus | SOTN: Alternative News, Analysis & Commentary

Armenia & Nagorno-Karabakh: Russia’s last bulwark in the Caucasus

By Yuri Novikov Every Russian who cares about the future of his or her country should be worried these days. Very worried. There are clear signs which indicate Holy Russia is facing perilous times although our leaders-actually our ONE leader-seems unfazed by the imminent threats.

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Luka-The-K9
October 22, 2020

Perhaps the RF is aware of this history?

http://thesaker.is/phoenix-and-the-rebirth-of-evil-part-ii/

Olivia Kroth
October 24, 2020

Published in “State of the Nation” ? Another CIA front?

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Reply to  Olivia Kroth
October 24, 2020

Here is some information closer to the facts, published in the Russian news agency TASS:

Too early to talk about formula of political solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict — Kremlin

https://tass.com/politics/1215451

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