The CIA & MI6 [That Means Mossad Thence Jews] Behind Armenia / Azerbaijan Conflict

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The current director of the CIA, Gina Haspel, was doing field assignments in Turkey in the early stages of her career, she reportedly speaks Turkish, and she has history of serving as a station chief in Baku, Azerbaijan, in the late 1990s. It is, therefore, presumable that she still has connections with the local government and business elites.

The current Chief of the MI6, Richard Moore, also has history of working in Turkey — he was performing tasks for the British intelligence there in the late 1980s and the early 1990s. Moore is fluent in Turkish and he also served as the British Ambassador to Turkey from 2014 to 2017.

The intelligence chiefs of the two most powerful countries in the Anglosphere are turkologists with connections in Turkey and Azerbaijan. It would be reasonable to assume that a regional conflict of such magnitude happening now, on their watch, is far from being a mere coincidence.


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Armenia Recalls Ambassador From Israel to Protest Sale of Weapons to Azerbaijan


The Republic of Armenia announced Thursday that it was recalling its ambassador from Israel due to Israeli weapon sales to its bitter enemy Azerbaijan, as heavy fighting between the two nations continued over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Times of Israel - Azeri drone striking an Armenian artillery battery.

The Azeri military has been using Israeli-made attack drones — including loitering munitions, or “kamikaze drones” — during the recent uptick in violence with Armenia, Hikmet Hajiyev, assistant to the president of Azerbaijan, said in an interview with the Israeli Walla news outlet Wednesday. Hajiyev lauded the effectiveness of the Israeli weapons. The Azeri Ministry of Defense released several videos showing drones in action against Armenian forces.

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Israel Is Sending Weapons to Azerbaijan as Fight With Armenia Continues

War is Racket.

Azeri cargo planes having been frequently flying to Israel for weaponsDave DeCamp Posted on September 30, 2020

Categories NewsTags Armenia, Azerbaijan, Israel, Nagorno-Karabakh, TurkeyIsraeli arms are fueling Azerbaijan’s fighting with Armenia in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Hikmet Hajiyev, assistant to the president of Azerbaijan, told Israeli media that the Azeri military has been using Israeli-made attack drones in the recent violence.
Israel and Azerbaijan are major trading partners. The two countries have signed defense agreements together, and it is believed that Israel provides the Azeri military with 60 percent of its weapons. Israel also gets a large amount of its oil and natural gas from
Azerbaijan. Azeri cargo planes have been recently spotted at an air force base in southern Israel.
Azeri cargo planes landing at this base is a relatively common occurrence, but the timing and frequency of recent flights indicate Israeli arms are fueling the conflict. According to Haaretz, two Azeri Ilyushin Il-76 freighters landed at the base last Thursday, just days before the fighting broke out. Two more freighters arrived on Tuesday and Wednesday, which means Azeri forces could be replenishing their weapons.
Hajiyev said that the Azeris “very much appreciate the cooperation with Israel, especially the defense cooperation.” So far, Israel has remained silent on the fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh. When asked if this silence bothered the Azeris, Hajiyev said, “No, no, Israel and Azerbaijan understand our situation” and cited multiple agreements between the two countries.
The fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh continued for a fourth day on Wednesday and shows no sign of slowing down. Turkey has been accused of intervening in the battle on behalf of the Azeris, with Armenia claiming Ankara is using F-16s to shoot down Armenian fighter jets. Turkey denies the charge. Reports say Ankara has been helping its ally in another way, by sending mercenaries from northern Syria to the region to support Azerbaijan.

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Azerbaijan Says, "No Peace Until Armenian Troops Pull Out!"

Scores of civilians on both sides have been killed.

Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused each other of derailing a Russia-brokered ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, which was intended to end the worst outbreak of hostilities in the separatist region in more than 25 years. The ceasefire signed by the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan was to pave the way for talks on settling the conflict

Immediately after the deal was supposed to take effect at noon on Saturday local time, the two sides traded blame for breaking the truce with new attacks. The Armenian military accused Azerbaijan of shelling an Armenian town, killing one civilian. Armenia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Zohrab Mnatsakanyan called the alleged attacks a "heinous aggression."

Azerbaijan's defence ministry rejected the Armenian accusations as a "provocation," the Azerbaijani military, in turn, accused Armenia of launching missile strikes and attempting offensives in the Agdere-Terter and the Fizuli-Jabrail areas. Azerbaijan's Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov said "conditions for implementing the humanitarian ceasefire are currently missing".

However, Armenia's Defence Ministry denied any truce violations by its forces, and claimed in the evening that the truce was "largely holding" despite Azerbaijani "provocations," the ceasefire deal was the result of 10 hours of talks in Moscow, overseen by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The deal stipulated the ceasefire should pave the way for talks on settling the conflict.

If the truce held, it would have marked a major diplomatic coup for Russia, which has a security pact with Armenia but has also been cultivating warm ties with Azerbaijan.

Both sides accuse each other of targeting residential areas and civilian infrastructure.

Speaking in an address to the nation hours before the ceasefire deal was reached, Mr Aliyev insisted on Azerbaijan's right to reclaim its territory by force after nearly three decades of international talks that "haven't yielded an inch of progress." His aide, Hikmat Hajiyev, said the Minsk Group must offer a concrete plan for the Armenian forces' withdrawal from Nagorno-Karabakh. "There will be no peace in the South Caucasus until the Armenian troops pull out from the occupied territories," he said.

Armenian fighter Albert Hovhannisyan was among those killed in the fighting this week.(AP: Sipan Gyulumyan/Armenian Defense Ministry Press Service/PAN)

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