Baku, Azerbaijan – Wherever there is a problem, Greece is there. More and more countries are gradually facing up to the full extent of Greece’s aggression and provocation. the EU members had started to see Greece as a problem for the EU and NATO alliance, rather than as a bonus. Other countries have still not grasped the full magnitude of the problem. As a result, they have a belated reaction to Greece’s provocations and aggressiveness. However, more and more states now understand things the way Turkey does. Wherever there is a problem, Greece is there. Whatever there is stability, understanding, international law, Turkey is there.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias visited Armenia to give open support for ongoing 30 years of Armenian occupation and massacres in Karabakh on October 15, 2020. Turkey slams Greek support for Armenian occupation. Greece chooses ‘policy of tension’ in international affairs, especially Armenian occupation, says Turkish Foreign Ministry.
Turkey on Saturday slammed Greece for standing with the occupying country, Armenia, in the current conflict in the region with Azerbaijan.
This stance is further proof of “Greece’s choice for a policy of tension and escalation in its relations with Turkey, rather than good neighborliness, dialogue and cooperation,” said Hami Aksoy, Foreign Ministry spokesman, in a statement.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias “needs to differentiate between the occupier and the victim in Nagorno-Karabakh,” said Aksoy, referring to the conflict around Upper Karabakh, or Nagorno-Karabakh, a territory belonging to Azerbaijan.
Aksoy urged Greece to condemn the illegal Armenian occupation of Azerbaijani territories and support the UN Security Council resolutions that urge Armenia to immediately, completely, and unconditionally withdraw.
Greece’s current position is part of its pattern of being “the creator of the problems or the supporter of the creators of the problems,” he said.
Relations between the two former Soviet republics have been tense since 1991 when the Armenian military occupied Upper Karabakh, or Nagorno-Karabakh, an internationally recognized territory of Azerbaijan.
Some 20% of Azerbaijan’s territory has remained under illegal Armenian occupation for nearly three decades.
The OSCE Minsk Group – co-chaired by France, Russia, and the US – was formed in 1992 to find a peaceful solution to the conflict, but to no avail. A cease-fire, however, was agreed to in 1994.
Multiple UN resolutions, as well as international organizations, demand the withdrawal of the occupying forces.
Turkey, meanwhile, has supported Azerbaijan’s right to self-defense and demanded the withdrawal of Armenia’s occupying forces.
Greece, the spoiled child of the EU, has a very high international crime file; Pushing back innocent immigrants and political asylum seekers in the Aegean, conducting a pirate search on the Turkish cargo ship “Rosaline A” with Germany in the Mediterranean, occupying the islands of unknown in the Aegean, supporting the putschist-massacrist Khalifa Haftar in Libya, It also follows a discriminatory and oppressive policy such as denying the Turkish ethnic identity of the Muslim Turkish minority, restricting their education rights, not recognizing their elected muftis, and preventing their Islamic religious worship in Western Thrace.
Azerbaijan, a fraternal country that liberated the Armenian-occupied territory of Nagorno-Karabakh in an epic struggle, submitted a report to the United Nations (UN). PKK terrorists were transported to Karabakh by Greek aircraft, the report said.
In the recent conflicts in the Karabakh War, which began with Armenia attacking the occupied territory of Azerbaijan, but ended with the Armenian administration admitting defeat and settling the agreement, the issue of foreign fighters has often been raised. Azerbaijan emphasizes that Armenian forces are using foreign nationals against them in Karabakh.
According to TRT Haber, Ambassador Yasar Aliyev, the Permanent Representative of Azerbaijan to the United Nations (UN), sent a letter dated November 18 addressed to the UN Secretary-General. The letter drew attention to this issue with extensive assessments.
Azerbaijan also stressed that it has a list of Armenian forces illegally deployed in its occupied territories and foreign nationals involved in terrorist groups, payments they received, and photographic evidence.
Details of the stunning report, which reveals the dirty Armenia – PKK -Greece relations in Karabakh with its evidence:
Civilians killed, civilian settlements destroyed
In the first report, Armenia in a clear violation of international law and the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, 5 of Azerbaijan’s internationally recognized territory for nearly 30 years, 20% was occupied. Because of this occupation, hundreds of thousands of Azerbaijanis were forced from their homes. 750 thousand people internally displaced are mentioned.
” Since 27 September 2020, 94 civilians have been killed, more than 400 civilians have been injured as a result of direct and indiscriminate attacks by the armed forces of Armenia, and 3,410 private homes, including schools, 120 apartments and 512 other civilian settlements, kindergartens, hospitals. religious sites and cultural monuments have been destroyed or damaged. “
It was at this point that the Armenian administration, which has resorted to many actions to undermine the peace process, used foreign terrorist fighters. It said that people brought from Iraq, Lebanon and Syria were illegally transported to occupied Azerbaijani territory.
In order to prepare for combat operations against Azerbaijan in the occupied territories, these people were provided with housing, training and logistics, while training camps were established by Armenia on the instructions of the PKK and Asala terrorist organizations.
The international community has been repeatedly warned
Accordingly, the transfer of foreign terrorist fighters was increased immediately after the Armenian attack on September 27, 2020.
The report said:
“Azerbaijan has repeatedly brought to the attention of the world community the threats and difficulties arising from the unlawful actions of Armenia. In its contacts, Azerbaijan condemned all states to Armenia for its illegal settlement policy in the occupied Azerbaijani territories, to strengthen border control measures to prevent the transfer of foreign terrorist fighters to Azerbaijani territory, called on the Armenian diaspora organizations to prevent the aid activities and the misuse of civil aviation to transport foreign terrorist fighters and weapons to the occupied territories of Azerbaijan.
Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of using foreign terrorist fighters to distract the attention of the international community from its crimes and justify the heavy losses inflicted on its armed forces on the battlefield, and has waged a campaign to spread fake news to this end. But professional analysis of the various video and photo materials shared to confirm Armenia’s claims clearly attests that these are fabricated content. So, as one writer (Philippe Jeune) pointed out, ‘it’s amazing that such blatant falsifications somehow get into the pages of leading foreign publications. So far, Armenia has failed to provide any evidence of the existence of so-called mercenaries fighting for Azerbaijan in Karabakh.”
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan confirmed the participation of foreign nationals, including those of Armenian origin, in combat operations against Azerbaijan in an interview on October 15th 2020, the UN text said.
In the report, which emphasized that Azerbaijan is again acting on its sovereign territory to protect its occupied territories from attacks, a bracket was also opened for PKK terrorists.
“Greece gave the planes”
Armenia is said to be cooperating with the PKK terrorist organization. It was written that hundreds of armed terrorists from the PKK’s Syrian and Iraqi structures were transported to the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. According to this, PKK terrorists were transported to the region by Greek aircraft.
“Armenia transferred hundreds of armed terrorists from Sulaymaniyah, another PKK hideout in Iraq, to the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. September and October of 2020, flights from Sulaymaniyah to Yerevan are concentrated, while not a single flight has been operated on the same route in the past, flight data from open internet sources show. September October 9 and 19 2020, as well as October 8 and 13, 2020 (carrying at least 300 passengers each time) and Olympus Airways (Greek chartered airline) were operated by aircraft.”
The PKK also expressed regret that they were deceived by the Armenian leadership in the face of Azerbaijan’s war capacity and came to the conflict zone.
“The State Security Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan intercepted radio communications of terrorists associated with the PKK, who were involved in hostilities against Azerbaijan. They discussed the miserable situation of the Armenian Armed Forces and their own difficulties and the effective use of UAVs by the Azerbaijani army. Thus, they expressed regret that the Armenian side had deceived them and had come to the conflict zone. One of them told the other that a group of terrorists had arrived from Sulaymaniyah (Iraq).”
Another claim is that terrorists from the PKK and the Syrian YPG wore the uniforms of the Azerbaijani armed forces to defend both the surprise and vice versa.
“They took advantage of the explosion in Beirut”
It was also recalled that there were reports from many countries that civilians were transferred to occupied Azerbaijani territory in exchange for money. Armenia’s war with those it brought from Syria and Lebanon is also mentioned extensively in the report. All this is supported by interviews and reports from leading media outlets and news agencies.
“Armenia took advantage of the crisis in Syria and the devastating explosion in the Beirut port on August 4, 2020 to recruit citizens of Armenian descent to fight against Azerbaijan. Armenia resettled more than 20 thousand Syrian citizens in its territory and the occupied territory of Azerbaijan between 2011 and 2017. In 2016, former residents of the Syrian village of Yakubiye were persuaded to settle en masse in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.”
Armenia also the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Georgia, Belarus, Iran, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, such as people from countries involved in the conflict, that is, even with some of these people in an interview in Yerevan with the conditions of their dissatisfaction is given.
Azerbaijan is determined to take all measures arising from international law. During the 44-day attacks, the Armenian administration committed numerous war crimes. The international community is also alerted by these and similar reports. It is noted that foreign terrorist fighters, whose names are written, will also pose a serious threat when they return to their country.