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6 December,


Any real action is capable of triggering Turkish military presence in Nagorno-Karabakh

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Any real action in this regard (with no consent from AZE side) is capable of triggering Turkish military presence in Nagorno-Karabakh, said Ahmad Alili, Azerbaijani expert. 
 
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov proposed the participation of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh. 
 
Ahmad Alili commented on Russia's and Turkey's current policy in Nagorno-Karabakh. 
 
According to him, there is a high probability for Syrian scenario in Nagorno-Karabakh. 
 
"Any real action in this regard (with no consent from AZE side) is capable of triggering Turkish military presence in Nagorno-Karabakh. As a result of a short Turkish-Russian military clash, there is a high probability for the "Syrian option" in Nagorno-Karabakh, when Turkey and Russia establish common patrolling of the territory. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey was talking about the "Syrian option" since the Day 0, and according to Chavushoglu, Russia refused it," Alili noted. 
 
Alili believed that Azerbaijan and Armania themselves must be active in finding common ground and achieving sustainable peace. 
 
"In the long-run, it is not a stable option. Many reasons why it is not the path to sustainable peace. Azerbaijan and Armenia themselves must be active in finding common ground and achieving sustainable peace. The best scenario right now is a direct contact between Harutyunyan and Ganjaliyev. It would de-escalate the situation significantly. NK Armenians and NK Azerbaijanis have right to talk and decide about their common future, which also is required by all existing peace options," Alili stressed. 
 
"In the mid-run, Russia-Turkish military patrolling in the region, would mean Azerbaijan's establishing control in the so-called "adjunct regions" and Armenia's losing control in the former NKAO territory to Turkish-Russia common patrol. This is not the best option for Armenia," he added. 

 

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