Ankara, Turkey – The best option as a mediator for the Armenia -Azerbaijan War in Nagorno-Karabakh is Turkey. Russia knows that fact.

Turkey and Russia consider the decoupling of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh as the best option for the cessation and resumption of negotiations, and now Russia understands this.

The operation of the Azerbaijani army to liberate its territory and the process of resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is gaining momentum in diplomacy and military fields.

Azerbaijan’s position is based on international law, demanded withdrawal of the occupying forces, and this demand the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in 1993 and received 4 include in the decision he says.

Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity is recognized by the whole world, while Armenia ignores UNSC decisions to end the occupation.

Armenia should take steps to stop the operations of the Azerbaijani army, The Armenian administration should be requesting a timetable for their withdrawal of the occupying armies.

Indeed, if a timetable for the withdrawal of the Armenian army is not presented, it is very difficult for the conflicts to stop.

In addition to the OSCE Minsk Group, other mechanisms are being discussed to restart the negotiation process in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Does Armenia and its supporters not think about the future of this country at all? Will this country forever claim territory against Turkey and Azerbaijan? Armenia is a country that poses a threat in the region, and this issue must be resolved. Neighboring countries must help achieve peace in the region.

The decoupling of Turkey and Russia is the best option to move from the conflict stage to the negotiation stage. Now Russia understands that. A mechanism must be established in which countries in the region will not claim territory against each other. Currently, the main goal is to ensure the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan, to remove Armenian gangs from the territory of Azerbaijan. Of course, Turkey and Russia can provide this.

Armenia is committing war crimes, at least 92 civilians were killed in artillery and missile attacks on civilian settlements of Azerbaijan by the Armenian army. Ganja and Barda are far from the front. These are deliberate and planned attacks. Armenia used the same tactic in the 1990s. It aims to create panic among civilians. They are defeated on the battlefield, taking their revenge on civilians. This issue should be considered on the basis of international law.

Foreign citizens of Armenian origin and foreign mercenaries also fought in the ranks of Armenia, and this is a crime both in terms of Azerbaijani law and international law.