Weekly Press Release of Istanbul Gelisim University (September 28 - October 2, 2020)
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Armenia has repeatedly shown that it is not for peace! Sociologist and International Relations Expert Bahlul Aliyev (PhD), who made evaluations about the conflicts that took place after Armenia’s attack on Azerbaijan, stated that Armenia has repeatedly shown that it is not in favor of peace and said: “The Azerbaijani Armed Forces are not like the times when the Soviet Union was dissolved. With friendly and allied countries behind it, it has advanced weapons, well-equipped and trained soldiers and international experience.” Sociologist and International Relations Specialist Bahlul Aliyev from Istanbul Gelişim University (IGU), who made a statement on the subject, emphasized the Armenian side’s preparations for a new escalation after the heavy defeat in the Tovuz region in July and said: “This attack was actually an expected attack. The prime minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, who received a lot of criticism in domestic politics after the July rout, was preparing for a large-scale war both to protect his own prestige and to stabilize the political path he could not keep in balance. In order to keep the public busy, the participation of the wife of the prime minister, Anna Akopyan, in the military training held in Karabakh, which was under occupation two weeks ago, sending notes to the members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), issues such as the purchase of 40 tons of weapons from Russia via Iran, heralded that Armenia would enter into an armed conflict to destabilize the Azerbaijani lands. In addition, when the countries of the world were dealing with the problems of the explosion in Beirut, the Armenian side to settle its Armenian-origin cognates from Lebanon to the occupied territories of Azerbaijan and dispatch PKK terrorists from Iraq and Syria to the region. President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev expressed this issue at the 75th Meeting of the UN General Assembly on September 24, and drew the attention of the world public opinion to the issue.” You can visit www.gelisim.edu.tr to see the detailed news.
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