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Armenia-Azerbaijan: ‘Continued conflict helps Russia’s presence in the region,’ Who is to blame for the escalation?

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Overnight on September 13, 2022, clashes took place on the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia, with heavy artillery. There are casualties on both sides. Azerbaijan explains the actions of its military as an answer to provocations by Armenia and the desire to create a buffer zone along the border with Armenia to oppose provocations in the future. According to an Azerbaijani political scientist, continuation of the conflict guarantees Russian presence in the region. Immediately after the trilateral meeting of the President of the European Council Charles Michel, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan on…

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