How does Turkey-Azerbaijan military alliance fit into Russia’s demands for NATO?


Azerbaijan and Russia-NATO tensions. With regard to the expansion of NATO’s influence to the east, Russia calls the post-Soviet space its “Red Line”. However, Azerbaijan is actively cooperating with Turkey, a NATO member, in the military field. Turkey and Azerbaijan created a military alliance, which is enshrined in the declaration signed in 2021 in Shusha, Azerbaijan. According to the Shusha Declaration, signed on June 15, 2021, Azerbaijan and Turkey enter a military alliance. The document indicates the obligation of the parties of mutual military assistance in case of danger to sovereignty and territorial integrity. In addition, Turkey and Azerbaijan are…

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