YEREVAN (Realist English). If now Russia allows the unification of Nakhichevan with Azerbaijan at the expense of Armenia, then soon the armed conflict in the Ukraine will seem like peaceful exercises compared to what will happen not only in our region, but also in Russia proper, historian Vladimir Ruzhansky believes.
“Because with the Great Turan of Russia, I am not even writing about Armenia, we will have to fight first of all on our territory, from the Volga region to Kamchatka. In short, it will be a catastrophe for Russia much worse than the one that befell the Red Army in the summer of 1941. To not understand this, you need to be either morons or traitors.
Morons — if there are those in the Russian leadership who believe in the possibility of an alliance of Russia and Turkey with Azerbaijan. Traitors — if they realize everything and … hand over everything to Azerbaijan and Turkey,” he stressed.
On June 29, speaking at the sixth Caspian summit in Ashgabat, the leader of the Baku regime, Ilham Aliyev, said that the so-called “Zangezur Corridor”, which should link Azerbaijan with the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic through the Syunik region of Armenia, is already becoming a reality.
In September 2020, using the tacit consent of the Kremlin, the armed forces of Turkey and Azerbaijan attacked Artsakh and Armenia with the support of international mercenary terrorists from Syria, Libya and Afghanistan. Since then, Baku and Ankara have continued their occupation policy on Armenian lands, physically destroying Armenian cultural heritage — churches, khachkars, museums and all kinds of mentioning of Armenians on stone or on paper.