Armenia Accepts Defeat: Karabakh belongs to Azerbaijan!

armenia admitted defeat carabag azerbaijan
armenia admitted defeat carabag azerbaijan

Within the scope of the developments on 10 November 2020, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced that he signed the agreement expressing that they accepted defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh.

On the night of November 9, 2020, on November 10, there was a great development regarding the ongoing conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. A post was shared on social media by Nikol Pashinyan, the Prime Minister of Armenia, which is in an occupying position in Nagorno-Karabakh. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced that he signed the agreement expressing that they accepted defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh with his post. Stating that he made a difficult decision in his statements, Pashinyan said, “I signed an agreement with the Russian and Azerbaijani Presidents for the end of the Karabakh war. The deal is incredibly painful for me and my people. ” made statements.

Stating that the decision in question was taken as a result of a detailed evaluation, Pashinyan stated that he believed that the current development was the best possible solution in the current situation. Pashinyan, in his post on his official Facebook account, stated that he would make a more detailed statement to his people in the coming days. Pashinyan said, "There is no defeat until we see yourself defeated, and we will never see ourselves as defeated." said. After Nikol Pashinyan, Arayik Harutyunyan, the so-called leader of Nagorno-Karabakh, made a statement that they accepted defeat.

Following the statements made, it was reported that the people in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, took to the streets after Prime Minister Pashinyan signed the 'defeat agreement' with Azerbaijan. It was stated that hundreds of demonstrators raided the government building.

Continuing its struggle against the invading Armenia with great determination, the Azerbaijan Army saved 9 cities, 2020 towns and 5 villages from the Armenian occupation with the clashes that took place until 4 November 286. The Azerbaijani Army, which managed to control a total area of ​​3900 km², took back about 35% of the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh. According to the latest information reported, it was stated that the Azerbaijani Army was approximately 2 km away from Khankendi, which was described as the so-called capital of the invaders.

Ilham Aliyev: I am glad that the war is coming to an end

President Aliyev announced that a ceasefire was declared in the Karabakh region. In the statement, "All parties in Nagorno-Karabakh will accept the cease-fire regime as of 10:2020 Moscow time on November 00.00, 20." It was said. Azerbaijani President Aliyev expressed his satisfaction that the war is coming to an end. Delivering his thanks to President Erdoğan, Aliyev said, "Both Turkish and Russian peacekeepers will be deployed in Nagorno-Karabakh." said. With the agreement, it is planned to deliver Aghdam region by 15 November, Kelbajar region by 1 November and Lachin region by XNUMX December. In addition, opening a corridor between Azerbaijan and Nakhichevan is expressed Turkey and Azerbaijan will be connected to the land.

Source: defenceturk



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