gtag('config', 'UA-140520347-1');
News

In a shocking development, the fight between Armenia and Azerbaijan has resumed in the Nagorno-Karabakh.

The resumption of the fight mocks the agreement both the countries reached few days ago at the behest of Russia.

Both the countries have blamed each other for the resumption of the fight.

Armenia claims that around six of its soldiers have been injured during the fight. Meanwhile, Azerbaijan alleges that around four of its soldiers have been killed because of the fight.

Both the countries claim their right over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Internationally, it is recognized as the part of Azerbaijan, but is controlled ethnic Armenians.

The agreement, though has brought a short-term solution to the crisis, has largely left the actual issue unattended.

The main reason for the resumption of the fight is, in a sense, the lack of clarity of the agreement reached between the two countries.

Armenia has the indirect support of Russia, which played a pivotal role in the development of the agreement to deescalate the tension in the disputed region.

Likewise, Azerbaijan enjoys the direct backing of Turkey, as well as the indirect support of the western world, which is led by Germany and France.

Russian peacekeepers are stationing in the region. It is yet to be seen how they will handle the situation.  

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News

In a shocking report, it is revealed that Syrians were used in the Nagorno-Karabakh war by the European country of Azerbaijan as mercenaries.

The report says that the Syrian mercenaries were recruited at the behest of Turkey. While speaking to media personals, one of those who has been recruited for the war from Syria has reveled that they were cheated by promising lucrative jobs in Azerbaijan. He has alleged that he was promised the job of guard.

There are reports that Armenia also recruited Syrian mercenaries like Azerbaijan. As per the reports, the recruitment process was handled by Russia.

Unsurprisingly, both Russia and Turkey have denounced the reports suggesting their involvement in the recruitment activity.

Likewise, both Azerbaijan and Armenia have declined to accept that they used Syrian mercenaries in the battle for the disputed territory situated between them.

Notably, earlier, there were allegations that Syrians were used in the Libyan civil war.

As per a latest report, at present a recruitment program is going on in Syria for Venezuela.

It is unfortunate that the people of Syrian who were devastated by the Civil War are being exploited.

It is high time to find a solution to the issue.        

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News Trending

Armenian economy minister Tigran Khachatryan has submitted his resignation, amidst growing protest against the government’s decision to reach a peace agreement with Azerbaijan to end a conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Mr. Khachatryan has not explained why he has filed his resignation in this manner. Many have expressed their shock in the development.

Armenia last week reshuffled its ministry. As a part of the reshuffle, the ministry got a new defence minister and minister of foreign affairs.

There are rumours that Mr. Khachatryan’s resignation has a clear link to the revamp the ministry experimented recently.

Nagorno-Karabakh is a disputed territory located between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The region was controlled by ethnic Armenians. But the region is recognized as the territory of Azerbaijan.

The peace agreement has helped the European country of Azerbaijan to establish its control over the disputed territory.

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News

The Nagorno-Karabakh War is the most brutal war the continent of Europe has witnessed in its recent history.

The battle was between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Nagorno-Karabakh is a region located between these two countries. The region was controlled by ethnic Armenians, though was internationally recognized as a part of Azerbaijan. The conflict began, when Azerbaijan launched a military move to establish its recognised claim over the territory.

Azerbaijan had the support of Turkey and even the European Union.

When the war reached its final stage, Armenia, which enjoyed the indirect support of Russia, was at a losing end.

Generally speaking, Azerbaijan has won the war by establishing its authority of the majority of the land which were under the control of ethnic Armenians.

But, actually, the real winner is not Azerbaijan and Turkey; it is Russia.

It is Russia which has brokered a peace deal between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

What the development points at is the failure of the European Union – which is considered as the most powerful organisation based in Europe.

In reality, Russia has won where the European Union has miserably failed. What the incident exposes is the weakness of the union, which boats of its unity and stability, and is known for its peace-making framework.

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News Trending

The European country of Russia has promised to take a neutral stand on the ongoing crisis in connection with the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Recently, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that as many as 5,000 people have lost their lives in the ongoing conflict seeking the ownership of the region.

The figure brought out by Russia is inconsistent with the figure brought out by the countries which are fighting with each other for the dominance in the said region.

Russia has also expressed its disagreement with the decision of Turkey to offer its support to Azerbaijan, which is engaging in a brutal fight with Armenia for the region.

The disputed region, though is internationally recognized as the part of Azerbaijan, is at present controlled by Armenia.

Russia has appealed for the intervention of the United Nations in the crisis.

It is high time to find a solution to the crisis.

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News

The ongoing conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has badly hit the local population of both the countries.

Both the countries have accused each other of attacking residential areas.

The conflict was triggered by the unsettled dispute over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Both the countries claim ownership of the dispute region.

The region is considered as the part of Azerbaijan by the International community – led by the western world.

At the same time, the region is controlled by certain Ethnic Armenian groups.

Both the countries were part of the then United Soviet Socialist Republics of Russia.

The dispute for the territory began post the disintegration of the USSR.

It was in the year 1992 a ceasefire understanding was reached between the countries.

Unfortunately, till this date, no agreement has been reached between these countries over the matter.

It is hoped that the western world will interfere in the matter as soon as possible to minimize the difficulties faced by the civilian population due to the ongoing war.

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News

Around 100 people has lost their life in the Armenia-Azerbaijan battle. Unfortunately, among those who have been affected include civilians.

The battle was triggered by the Nagorno-Karabakh issue. The issue is one of the oldest disputes in the European region.

Armenia considers Nagorno-Karabakh, which is under the control of its ethnic minorities, as an integral part of the country.

Azerbaijan rejects that claim made by Armenia. The country considers it as the real owner of the region.

Azerbaijan’s claim has the backing of the liberal western powers such as the European Union and the United States of America.

Likewise, Armenia has the backing of the European country of Russia.

Both Armenia and Azerbaijan are the former Soviet Socialist Republics.

The initial dispute over the ownership of the territory began during the early 1990s – shortly after the disintegration of the United States of Soviet Socialist Republics.

The global community watches the latest development in the continent of Europe with a curious eye.

Many fear that the latest development will trigger a huge crisis in the continent.

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright 

News

A huge demonstration has been organised in the capital of Azerbaijan by people, shortly after a violent border clash emerged between the country and its unfriendly neighbour, Armenia.

Tens of thousands of people have participated in the demonstration organised at the capital demanding war.

As many as sixteen people has lost their lives in the clash happened in the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

Azerbaijan and Armenia were the members of erstwhile Soviet Union. Post the disintegration of the union, it emerged as two independent countries.

There is an unresolved border issue between these countries. Nagorno-Karabakh is the disputed territory.    

The UN recognizes Azerbaijan’s claim for the territory. But, the region is at present controlled by ethnic Armenians.

The protest demanding war has turned violent. The protesters have even entered the Azerbaijan parliament.

The authority has used force to disperse the protesters.

The latest development may push the country to a serious political crisis.  

The protest, which has been organised at the time the world was struggling due to a serious disease outbreak, has left the country in dismay.

Photo Courtesy: Google/ images are subject to copyright