ArmInfo. Turkey, which actively supports the military aggression of Azerbaijan against the people of Artsakh, should be excluded from the OSCE Minsk Group which regulating the process of peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Anush Begloyan, a MP from the "My Step" faction, a member of the parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relatons, expressed this opinion in an interview with ArmInfo correspondent.
According to her, the regime in Azerbaijan is losing its legitimacy and is trying to compensate for this loss in foreign policy by seriously adjusting its vector and finally joining the aggressive and dangerous foreign policy ambitions of Turkey.
In this context, Begloyan called not accidental that part of the statement of the US State Department, which, in fact, contains a warning to a third country that is involved in the conflict. "This is most likely a warning from Erdogan's Turkey, which, as it seams to them, since July this year has been very actively trying to participate in all regional processes as a pivotal state in the large Middle East Mediterranean region. And Baku hopes to become Ankara's geostrategic partner, gaining puppet status.
Commenting on the statement of the US Senator Robert Menendez, who condemned the aggression of Azerbaijan and considered that this military action was sponsored by Turkey, Begloyan noted that although the senator was one of the first to voice this circumstance, in fact, it was not a secret for anyone - what exactly Ankara inspired Baku for a military adventure. Turkish mercenaries from Syria have been deployed to Baku, and the supply of weapons is active.
According to Begloyan, the leadership of Armenia and Artsakh has repeatedly raised this issue, citing numerous proofs. It was precisely the lack of a proper and timely response from the world community that gave the aggressors a reason to decide on an adventure.
For many years, the Aliyev regime created the image of an enemy in the face of the Armenians, thereby maintaining its legitimacy, becoming a victim of its own propaganda as a result. Aliyev is now trying to "keep his word" in a way available to him, which seems to Aliyev to be effective, that is, to destroy the population of Nagorno-Karabakh. "Aliyev lives in a fictional world that does not correspond to reality or the ideas of the international community, thereby trying to retain power in all possible ways," the MP said.