Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan criticized the CSTO for inaction during the conflict with Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh in 2020. Criticism was made in open part of the meeting Collective Security Council of the CSTO.
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According to Pashinyan, after the start of Azerbaijan’s offensive in Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia turned to its CSTO partners for help in accordance with the signed agreements, but there was no reaction.
Also, the members of the organization ignored the request of Armenia not to sell weapons to Azerbaijan, “and as a result, these weapons were used against Armenia and against the Armenian people,” Pashinyan said.
- In the fall of 2020, the armed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan escalated in Nagorno-Karabakh. From September 27 to November 10, there were the most large-scale events since 1994 colors s wide application Azerbaijan drones.
- On the night of November 10, the war ended with the signing agreements between Baku and Yerevan with the mediation of the Kremlin. Armenia transferred the territories of Aghdam, Kelbajar, Lachin and part of Gazakh regions under the control of Azerbaijan. Yerevan called the agreement “great tragedy“, in Baku – capitulation of Armenia.
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