Moscow considers the Navalny affair – the poisoning of opposition leader Alexey Navalny – as an artificial attempt to justify new sanctions against Russia. Western countries have also become involved in the “politically biased leadership of the OPCW” and have influenced its judgment. At the same time, the results of the investigations that Russian authorities received from Germany on the case do not offer substantial evidence regarding Navalny’s poisoning.
Erdogan has the following task “from the top” – to globally explode the situation in South Caucasus. So that every side, every country, everybody is involved in hostilities. Then a situation will develop in the region in which NATO will decide to invade the bleeding region.
The recent escalation in the Nagorno-Karabakh region is a continuation of the decades-old conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. There is no proof that NATO is preparing to invade the region of South Caucasus or that NATO has tasked Turkey with escalating the situation. During his visit to Turkey, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stated that NATO is "deeply concerned by the escalation of hostilities. And I expect Turkey to use its considerable influence to calm tensions. "
Answering a question on NATO member Turkey's support to Azerbaijan in this conflict, Jens Stoltenberg highlighted that NATO is not involved in the conflict, and both Armenia and Azerbaijan have been valued NATO partners for more than 25 years. He said, “it is important for NATO and international security that hostilities end, the suffering stops, and a peaceful solution is found.” He called on both sides to show restraint, observe the ceasefire, and de-escalate now.
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