The dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh began on Tuesday for the tenth day. Preventing the region began on September 27 and has progressed to the deadliest level because of the 1990s. Preventing Nagorno-Karabakh, which belongs to Azerbaijan underworld law, is, however, inhabited and governed by ethnic Armenians.
Ethnic Armenian officers in the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh said on Tuesday that 21 extra servicemen had been killed to deter Azerbaijan, taking their entire army loss of life to 244 after the war broke out. The mitigation has entered its worst stage due to the fact that about 30,000 people were killed in the 1990s.
Syria blames Turkey:
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has accused Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan of being the principal instigator of the deadliest prevention between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces for more than 25 years. In an interview on Tuesday that is likely to escalate global tension over the clashes in the South Caucasus region, Assad also reported that militants from Syria have been deployed on the battlefield.
Turkey has declined to cooperate in the prevention in and around Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountain enclave that belongs to Azerbaijan underworld law but is governed by ethnic Armenians, and has denied allegations that it has brought mercenaries into the area.
However, Assad has instructed Russian intelligence company RIA: “He (Erdogan) … was the chief instigator and initiator of the new Nagorno-Karabakh war between Azerbaijan and Armenia.”
Reiterating the allegations first made by French President Emmanuel Macron that Turkey had sent Syrian jihadis to participate in the war, Assad said: “Damascus may prove this.” However, Assad proceeded to offer no evidence of his claim. Ankara did not immediately respond, however, describing the related charges as part of an effort by Armenia to establish “dark propaganda” about Turkey.
The protection that broke out on Sept. 27 has sparked fears that a larger war could be fought in Turkey, which has expressed cooperation with Azerbaijan, and in Russia, which has a security treaty with Armenia. Azerbaijan and Armenia have accused each other of starting to prevent – the latest in a long-running war over Nagorno-Karabakh, which has been closely tracked overseas, partially because of its proximity to pipelines carrying Azerbaijani fuel and oil to Europe.
More than 250 civilians have been killed – and hundreds more are believed lifeless – in battles with artillery, helicopters, and tanks. In addition, the perimeters have released videos of destroyed and burning houses and other civilians taking cowls from heavy bombings. Azerbaijan says Azerbaijan has been affected by cities outside of Nagorno-Karabakh, and Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of focusing on heavily populated areas.