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Baku Accuses Yerevan of Attempted Reconnaissance Near Border


CSTO official highlights great potential for conflict on Armenia-Azerbaijan border The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) believes that normalizing the situation on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border requires a peace treaty, while the potential for conflict remains high, Chief of the CSTO Joint Staff Andrey Serdyukov said. “Attempts by certain countries [are being recorded] to strengthen their position in the South Caucasus, gain access to the resources of the Caspian Sea and direct access to Central Asia,” Serdyukov pointed out. “These attempts involve, in particular, the active use of the great potential for conflict on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border. The conclusion of a…

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