MOSCOW (Realist English). There was no delimitation in the Soviet period between Armenia and the Baku mini Sultanate. Consequently, it makes no sense to rely on the administrative division of the USSR, said the editor-in-chief of Realist News Agency Sarkis Tsaturyan.
“Another lie from the Yerevan viceroys. There was no delimitation in the Soviet period between Armenia and the Baku mini Sultanate. Consequently, it makes no sense to rely on the administrative division of the USSR. The territories of the two Union republics were drawn arbitrarily from Moscow, hoping to dissolve Artsakh and Utik in the Turkic Sea as much as possible. I repeat for the hundredth time: Armenia will not be able to exist within the administrative borders of the Armenian SSR. This is a real colonial coffin in which they want to bury our people…
Yerevan viceroys are in a hurry to legalize the territorial seizures of Turkish and Baku fascists in Armenia — under the supervision of the Kremlin,” he stressed.
On October 12, Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan said that there is an arrangement to sign a peace treaty with the Baku minisultanate and complete the process of delimitation of borders by the end of this year.
“By and large, the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan was delimited in 1929. Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia have gone through this process. It remains to come to a joint agreement that we accept this as a basis, guarantee 29,800 square kilometers for Armenia and move forward,” Grigoryan said.
The editor-in-chief of the Realist News Agency claims that “Baku gangs and their curators in Ankara and Moscow are afraid that after the start of a Greco-Turkish war in 2023, the United States, France and other signatory countries of the Sevres Treaty will again raise the issue of Turkey’s borders:
“Well, what can I say? It is rightly that they are afraid. The signatures of the Yerevan viceroys under the “peace treaty” are the only chance for the Turkish—Baku fascists to get at least some piece of paper that would cover their nakedness and territorial seizures in Armenia.”
From September 27 to November 9, 2020, using the tacit consent of the Kremlin, the armed formations 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 mentions of Armenians in stone or on paper.