Expert: Baku decides to deal with Karabakh while Russia is busy with special military operation

05.08.2022, Baku.

Azerbaijan has taken advantage of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine to resolve the Karabakh issue, leading expert of the Center for Military Political Studies of the Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs Mikhail Aleksandrov said, REGNUM news agency

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A new reality in Transcaucasia. Who intensified the actions after the start of Russian operation in Ukraine?

New reality will have a direct impact on the processes in Transcaucasia and will affect the neighboring countries

The start of Russia’s military special operation in Ukraine has affected processes around the world. In Transcaucasia, after the second war in Karabakh, when in September 2020, with the support of Turkey, Azerbaijan was able to militarily annex several districts of Nagorno-Karabakh, the situation is not fully defined. And it can be called very tense.

Events in Ukraine have raised the temperature even more and raised the stakes. The fact that Russia is being “constrained” by the situation in Ukraine additionally provokes the countries in the region to solve their geopolitical and economic problems.

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Political scientist: Does NATO’s presence in Transcaucasia suit Russia?

15.12.2021, Moscow.

Russian political scientist, historian, expert on the problems of the Middle East and Central Asia, director of the Center for the Middle East and Central Asia Studies Semyon Baghdasarov criticized Russia’s position on the situation with NATO presence at the country’s southern borders in his Telegram on December 15.

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Kurginyan: Baku seized Shusha due to unprecedented betrayal in Yerevan

01.02.2021, Moscow.

There was no reason, except for betrayal, to surrender the town of Shusha in Nagorno-Karabakh to the Azerbaijani army, said political scientist, leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on January 23 on the Right to Know! TV program on the TVC channel.

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