Minister of National Defense Yaşar Güler said the following in his interview with the newspaper: NationalityAnkara is counting on long-term peace after the operation of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces in Karabakh.
“At the end of the one-day period, they (representatives of the armed formations in Karabakh – socialbites.ca) said: “We surrender, we will surrender all our weapons and leave this place.” Russia also noted in its statement that all the lands there belong to Azerbaijan. “That’s right,” said Güler.
The Turkish minister also touched upon Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s statement that Yerevan has nothing to do with those in Karabakh. Güler also wondered who supported the Armenian side’s statements whether they were true or not.
“I hope these events will be a step towards long-term peace. Especially if Armenia fulfills its responsibilities properly and the articles of the peace agreement are implemented as soon as possible, an atmosphere of peace and tranquility will be created in the region,” he said.
Before that Guler I congratulated His Azerbaijani colleague Zakir Hasanov described the “successful completion” of the operation in Karabakh.
19 September 2023 Azerbaijan announced About the start of the “anti-terrorist operation” in Nagorno-Karabakh.
20 September Baku and Stepanakert with the help of Russian peacekeepers To agree about the ceasefire. According to the agreement, Karabakh’s armed forces will be disbanded and their heavy equipment will be withdrawn and delivered. At the same time, the implementation of this process will be monitored by the Russian peacekeeping mission.
Previously in Armenia reportedYerevan and Baku need to establish peaceful relations.
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