The crushing blows inflicted by Azerbaijani army on the illegal
Armenian armed forces in Karabakh should serve as a great lesson
for Armenia, as well as a final warning, Deputy Director of Trend
news agency, political expert Sahil Karimli said.
'With retaliatory operation 'Revenge', the Azerbaijani army has
once again shown that terrorism and separatism in the sovereign
territories of the country will be eliminated at any cost,' he
Karimli noted that the sooner Armenia begins to implement
provisions of the trilateral treaty of November 10, the better.
'The leadership of Armenia, which signed the act of surrender
during the 44-day war second Karabakh war, has not fulfilled its
obligations for almost two years. During this period, the
Azerbaijani state approached the processes with patience and
restraint and tried to resolve the issue peacefully, at the
negotiating table. President Ilham Aliyev has repeatedly stated
that Azerbaijan does not want a new war in the region. But,
unfortunately Armenia did not draw conclusions from these warnings.
Azerbaijan's counter-terrorism operation has made it clear that the
patience of the Azerbaijani state is not unlimited,' Karimli
He added, that after the war, Azerbaijan repeatedly gave Armenia
a chance by demanding the withdrawal of illegal armed terrorist
elements, but the Armenian side ignored these chances.
According to him, as a result of the retaliation, several
commanding heights were taken under control, a large number of
manpower and military equipment of Armenian militants was
Karimli noted, that the Armenian side should draw up conclusion
from all of this.
'Today the whole world, international organizations should put
serious pressure on Armenia. Armenia must be forced to implement
its obligations. Azerbaijan is categorically against new war. Our
country wants to achieve long-term peace and security in the South
Caucasus. Recent incidents show that the only force that wants to
prevent peace is Armenia,' he stressed.
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