Yerevan is losing Karabakh and needs new saviours, Says Russian expert

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Armenia started to pursue anti-Russian policy long ago. It is not surprising that the president of this small but militarized country, where women fight better than men, is visiting Brussels to negotiate with NATO, Russian expert on international conflicts Yevgeny Mikhailov told Azvision.az commenting on Armenian President Armen Sargsyan's visit to Brussels.


In his view, this visit is not only another betrayal of Armenia in face of Moscow to its historical partner, but also a continuation of measures taken to worsen relations with Russia.

"Yerevan is losing Karabakh and needs new saviours. Armenians do not understand that they have no place to wait for help, especially from NATO. On the other hand, the possible real interests of the great war in the Caucasus emerge. I think that Yerevan will not be able to receive anything except moral support. "

"In current situation, Azerbaijan shows the level of fighting in the 21st century, which NATO countries are not ready for. Besides, the leading army of this military bloc belongs to Turkey. Hence, Yerevan has nothing to rely on. Moscow once again ascertained Armenia's hypocrisy," Mikhailov noted. 

 



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Yerevan is losing Karabakh and needs new saviours, Says Russian expert

2020/10/mixay-1603353855-1603354413.jpg
Read: 822     12:12     22 October 2020    

Armenia started to pursue anti-Russian policy long ago. It is not surprising that the president of this small but militarized country, where women fight better than men, is visiting Brussels to negotiate with NATO, Russian expert on international conflicts Yevgeny Mikhailov told Azvision.az commenting on Armenian President Armen Sargsyan's visit to Brussels.


In his view, this visit is not only another betrayal of Armenia in face of Moscow to its historical partner, but also a continuation of measures taken to worsen relations with Russia.

"Yerevan is losing Karabakh and needs new saviours. Armenians do not understand that they have no place to wait for help, especially from NATO. On the other hand, the possible real interests of the great war in the Caucasus emerge. I think that Yerevan will not be able to receive anything except moral support. "

"In current situation, Azerbaijan shows the level of fighting in the 21st century, which NATO countries are not ready for. Besides, the leading army of this military bloc belongs to Turkey. Hence, Yerevan has nothing to rely on. Moscow once again ascertained Armenia's hypocrisy," Mikhailov noted. 

 



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