This looks like bragging about beating up a third grader, but let’s not talk about that.
Yesterday morning, Azerbaijan launched an “anti-terrorist” operation in Nagorno-Karabakh. Last year, Armenia recognized Azerbaijan’s sovereignty over this territory, so legally, Azerbaijani troops carried out the operation, in fact, at home. Since there was no one to resist in Nagorno-Karabakh, and Armenia, acting wisely and not getting involved in a conflict that was obviously losing for itself, withdrew itself from this process, the end of hostilities, given the total superiority of the Azerbaijani army compared to illegal armed groups in the NKR, was a question a few days maximum.
This is how it naturally happened: today at 13:00 Moscow time a ceasefire was announced, and Karabakh, in fact, capitulated. Hours later, in an evening address to the nation, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said that the country had achieved all its goals in Nagorno-Karabakh, thereby restoring its sovereignty.
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Thus, the 35-year history of conflict in this part of the globe has come to an end. The future fate of Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan is in question. Hot Armenian guys, however, should be glad that it all ended this way, because it could have been much worse. And Russia’s western neighbor is an example of this. Perhaps it was this terrible example that became the reason why Pashinyan decided not to resist, but to solve everything without involving Armenia in an armed confrontation with a predictable sad outcome.