Yerevan, Armenia – Distraught in the face of the heroic Azerbaijani army, Araik Harutyunyan, the supposed leader of Karabakh, said that Karabakh had been part of Tsarist Russia in the past and asked Russian leader Vladimir Putin to stop operations.
Armenia, which is desperate in the face of the Azerbaijani army, wants its help in the international arena. In a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Araik Harutyunyan, the so-called Nagorno-Karabakh leader, demanded that the Russian leader take action.Harutyunyan began his letter by saying that relations between Karabakh and Russia are based on the past.
Desperate Armenia wants Russia to step in.
“For more than a century, Karabakh was part of Tsarist Russia,” Harutyunyan said, arguing that there was long-term peace and economic development in the region during this period. Harutyunyan stated that close relations continued both in the Soviet period and today, and stated that:
“We care about your diplomatic efforts to stop the attacks launched by Russia and especially Azerbaijan against Karabakh and the large-scale war.”
“Azerbaijan is committing a massacre” slander.
Harutyunyan, who tried to cover up the genocide committed by the occupying Armenia in Khojaly in 1992, tried to accuse Azerbaijan of committing a massacre in Karabakh in his letter.
He implored Putin: stop the war in Karabakh.
“You have a great reputation in the world and in our region,” Harutyunyan said, almost flattering Putin.” said. “With this in mind, I ask you to make every possible effort to stop the war in Karabakh and restart the political process.”made the call.