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Threat against Nagorno Karabakh

  • 31 Mar 14
02This past March 22 various media informed us about a strong mobilisation of supplies and troops from Azerbaijan over the Armenian borders shortly after the fall of the Ukrainian government of Viktor Yanukovich, with the further difficulty that the action could be destined for attacking the city of Stepanakert, the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Nagorno Karabakh, by air and artillery, and the total or partial capture of the Nagorno Karabakh territory added to a strong armed pressure on Armenia to immobilize it.
In that context the International editor of the Clarin newspaper, Marcelo Cantelmi, pointed out that “this little known threat against Nagorno Karabakh is important because it clearly shows the delicate fabric and the sensitive space on which this new conflict between Russia and the West is developing,” while emphasizing that Armenia repudiates any possibility of Ukraine ad Georgia entering the NATO and that this gesture must be understood as a question of basic loyalties used as self-defense, “but also” – the writer clarifies – “because Armenia aspires to the same development of integration  with its inveterate enclave”, that is, the Autonomous Republic of Nagorno Karabakh.
Faced by the threat against Nagorno Karabakh, the Unrecognised United Nations Organisation (UUN) reminds us that the Autonomous Republic of Nagorno Karabakh, although unrecognised by the UN, is a State whose government relies on the support of its citizens, and therefore its sovereignty should be respected without foreign interference, much less be attacked by any other nation.

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