Armenia Azerbaijan War: Many soldiers died, Putin talks to Nicole Pashinyan
Putin held a phone conversation with Armenia's Prime Minister Nicolian Pashinian on Friday and inquired about the situation.
Moscow (Russia): The war between Armenia and Azerbaijan continues. Both countries are attacking each other with cannon, missiles and fighter jets. Now, in the meantime, Russia's President Vladimir Putin has expressed serious concern over terrorists from the Middle East joining the fight against Armenia.
Putin calls Armenia's PM:
Putin held a phone conversation with Armenia's Prime Minister Nicole Pashinyan on Friday and inquired about the situation. Armenia has issued a statement saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pashinyan have spoken on the ongoing war in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia Azerbaijan War:
The two leaders have held a phone conversation for the third time in six days. Russia's President Putin is angry at the provocative statements made by Turkey against the information received.
Putin has expressed serious concerns about Turkish-backed militants fighting the war towards Azerbaijan. He has also appealed to all countries to immediately stop the war. Significantly, since Monday, the Turkish-backed Azerbaijan army has been fighting a war with the Armenian army.
It is being said that if Russia helps Armenia in this war, then the scope of the war will increase further. Till now hundreds of common people and thousands of soldiers are being killed.
Armenia and Russia have a defense treaty:
Meanwhile, war continues in Armenia and Azerbaijan. Now Russia and Turkey are in danger of joining it. On one side Russia is supporting Armenia, on the other side NATO countries are Turkey and Israel along with Azerbaijan. According to media reports, Armenia and Russia have a defense treaty and Russia can take over if Azerbaijan invades Armenia.
Pakistan are also suspected to be involved in the war:
Turkey and Pakistan are also suspected to be involved in the ongoing war between Armenia and Azerbaijan. It is being said that both these countries are pressurizing the terrorists to fight towards Arjabijan. So Israel is giving weapons to Azerbaijan.
A report states that 60 percent of Azerbaijan's total arms purchases come from Israel. That is why they are overshadowing the Armenian army. Russia is reluctant to openly support its friend Armenia.