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Erdogan accused the United States and Russia of supplying weapons to Armenia

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The Turkish President stated that the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs – Russia, the United States and France – are supporting Armenia with weapons. Erdogan also accused Armenia of repeated violation of the ceasefire regime, which has been in effect since October 18
The co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group – Russia, the United States and France – provide support to Armenia with weapons, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said during his party’s congress in Shirnak province, Haberler reports.
“Minsk Trio, USA, Russia and France … They sided with Armenia. They provide all kinds of support to Armenia with weapons, ”the President said.
He also stated that Armenia violated the ceasefire regime in the conflict zone over Nagorno-Karabakh for the second time.
Turkey supports Azerbaijan in the conflict. Ankara shares Baku’s point of view, which is that Armenia occupied the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, which originally belonged to Azerbaijan.
On Thursday, October 15, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said that Turkey’s participation in the conflict could significantly speed up its end. “It is necessary to take into account the existing realities and the real situation, and they are such that no issue in this region can be resolved without Turkey. This has been shown by the history of recent years, and some may like it, some may not, but it is true, ”Aliyev said. According to him, if Turkey participates in the conflict settlement process, it will very soon stop and “the process of reconciliation will begin.”
In Armenia, in turn, it is believed that the main goal of Azerbaijan and Turkey is the destruction of the Armenian people. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called Turkey the main sponsor of the conflict. “By decision and under the patronage of Turkey, it was decided to start a war, an attack against Nagorno-Karabakh,” he said.
Yerevan has repeatedly accused Turkey of participating in the war, including using aviation, special forces and mercenaries from Syria. Armenian Ambassador to Russia Vardan Toganyan reported that Turkey had transferred about 4 thousand mercenaries from Syria to the conflict zone. The dispatch of mercenaries was also reported by The Wall Street Journal, citing sources in Syria.
Azerbaijan and Turkey denied Ankara’s involvement in the conflict, including the use of mercenaries.
The aggravation of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh began on 27 September. The parties blame each other for the start of hostilities.
Last week, the foreign ministers of the two countries, during consultations in Moscow, agreed to start a ceasefire from October 10 in order to exchange the bodies of killed and prisoners. However, almost immediately after the start of the ceasefire, they accused each other of violating it.
On October 17, the ministers again held talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and agreed to start a new truce from midnight on October 18.
Russia calls on the parties to the conflict to stop hostilities, sit down at the negotiating table and work out a solution to resolve the conflict.

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