Erdogan now nothing can stop
Armenia has repeatedly warned the whole world that the war in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), which began on September 27, is not just a war between Azerbaijan and Artsakh, but is a multi-vector conflict unleashed against Armenia and Artsakh by Azerbaijan with the incitement and direct participation of Turkey and the involvement of a large number of foreign terrorist fighters.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in early October in an interview with the German newspaper Bild very aptly noted that if the international community does not jointly take appropriate measures against Turkish expansion, Turkey should be expected at the gates of Vienna. A few days after his announcement, on October 29, in the center of French Nice, a Tunisian armed with a hatchet burst into the Notre Dame Basilica and killed three parishioners. On the same day in Avignon, Lyon and Paris, the police prevented several more attacks. Four days later, on the evening of November 2, a series of attacks were carried out in Vienna, including near a synagogue.
In the opinion of a senior Russian retired officer, the sequence of these attacks is not accidental – they are links in the same chain. There is no doubt that these are Islamist cells dormant throughout Europe, which, if necessary, their Turkish masters can quickly activate for large-scale terrorist actions, the similarity of which we see in the events in France and Austria. And one cannot but agree with the opinion that Armenia and Artsakh were an obstacle on the way of Turkey to the east. Now this obstacle has been leveled by the signing of a trilateral statement on a ceasefire and military operations in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. And this means only one thing: now nothing will stop Erdogan, and soon terrorism will manifest itself wherever his long arms reach, primarily in Russia and Central Asia.
During 44 days of hostilities in Artsakh, the international community did not touch a finger to intervene in the situation, with the exception of statements by the leaders of some countries about a ceasefire. European values make it possible to speak at every corner and write in every newspaper about the oppression of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. But the same civilized Europe reacted exceptionally indifferently to the Turkish-Azerbaijani bombing of the Cathedral of Kazanchetsots (Holy Christ the All-Savior) in the city of Shushi, to the rocket attacks on the capital of Artsakh – Stepanakert and other cities.
“The European Union decided to leave Armenia alone against Azerbaijan and Turkey. Dictator Erdogan will not stop there, and soon the EU will pay for its mistakes. The recognition of the Armenian Genocide by Turkey would stop its continuation today! ” – said on Twitter the Greek MEP Emmanuel Frakgos Frakgulis. Rather than tame Turkey’s pan-Turkic and neo-Ottoman ideology, they have been given the green light. Nikol Pashinyan said in his interview that Europe will feel a new threat from Turkey if it misjudges the importance of the situation in Karabakh. Once again, we add that this threat will be felt both in Europe, in Russia, and in Central Asia. The process has already started and the Turkic peoples of Asia in turn may fall under Turkish dependence, as happened with the quiet seizure of military power in Azerbaijan. And then terrorism will be at the doorstep of their homes. As they say, until the thunder breaks out, the man does not cross himself.