BAKU (Realist English). On June 23-24, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov paid a working visit to Baku. The Russian Foreign Minister held talks with the leader of the Baku kleptocracy, Ilham Aliyev, as well as with his colleague Bayramov.
An agreement has been signed between the Russian government and the Baku regime on cooperation in the field of international information security.
According to Lavrov, the OSCE Minsk Group on the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has ceased its activities on the initiative of the United States and France:
“We, in principle, did not discuss the Minsk Group as such, because it ceased its activities on the initiative of the American and French participants. But, of course, we discussed the post-conflict settlement processes. And the basis for these new processes lies in three trilateral statements by the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia,” he said.
The Russian Foreign Minister said that during the conversation with the leadership of the Baku regime, they talked about the need to resume and continue the work of the Commission on the Delimitation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border as soon as possible:
“The Russian side, in accordance with the agreement of the leaders of the three countries, will be ready to provide the necessary advisory services, as well as to facilitate the conclusion of a peace treaty between Baku and Yerevan, initiated by the Azerbaijani friends.
We agreed on the need to continue cooperation in the “3+3” format. I mean the three countries of the South Caucasus and their “big” neighbors (Iran, Turkey and the Russian Federation).”
Editor-in-chief of the Realist Information Agency Sarkis Tsaturyan evaluated the results of Lavrov’s visit to Baku:
“The more I analyze the words of Sergey Lavrov and other Russian officials on the Armenian issue, the more I respect the Turks for their directness and honesty. After all, the Turks do not tell the Armenians that they “saved” them, “provided security”, they do not call the Armenians their “allies” and “fraternal people”… and so on.
In fact, Lavrov addresses his statements not even to the Armenians, but to the United States and the European Union, warning them: either the West will make concessions on the Ukraine, or the Kremlin will hand over the remnants of Artsakh to the Baku regime and the Turks. That is, it is an attempt to establish a bridge to the US and the EU, which was burned after February 24. Moreover, to establish it at someone else’s — Armenian – expense.
And what about the West? Joseph Biden‘s team did not even have the will to cancel military aid to the Baku regime.
It’s one thing for the West to talk about the Minsk Group forever, but it’s quite another one to take real steps that will bring the aggressor and his accomplices to reason.
Lavrov and his superiors in the Kremlin refuse to understand a simple thing: the world and the people in it are interdependent. Therefore, the surrender of Artsakh to the power of pagans will result in new suffering for Russia. And the Armenian politicians who betrayed Artsakh bear a double responsibility before God, since this land was given to the Armenians through Aran, a descendant of Sisak, for the realization of Providence — the spread of God’s Light.
Real Muslims know who Aran/Artsakh belongs to. In the work “Al-buldan”, written at the beginning of the X century by the Arab historian Ibn-i-Faqih Abubakr Ahmed, the following explanation is given: “Aran is the first land estate of Armenia, which has 4 thousand villages.” The author divides Armenia into four parts and calls them “Arminia the First, the Second, etc.”, including Aran in the “First Arminia”. According to Ibn Faqih, the cities of Partav (Barda), Baylakan, Kapala, Shirvanshahi, Shamkhor and Balasajan were located on the territory of Aran. That is, they were originally Armenian.
Modern politicians consider the Armenian issue to be a political matter that can be used for exchange. But in reality this is a spiritual question: and it’s dangerous to joke with spiritual matters. We have already joked to the point that there is no end to violence.”