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Moscow is rushing to Ankara ․ There is little time left

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has announced his intention to discuss security at Azerbaijan's borders with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, TASS reports.

"We cooperate with Russia in many areas, even if our views differ on some issues. We will also discuss Azerbaijan and Armenia. It is necessary to ensure the security of Azerbaijan's borders within the framework of international law. "In this regard, we are considering the steps that will need to be taken," he said.

Lavrov and Çavuşoլlu will meet on December 29 in Sochi. These days the process of locating the borders is taking place in Syunik, which, according to the Prime Minister, is carried out by verbal agreement. As a result, the roads of Syunik are under Russian-Turkish control, the location is carried out by Russian-Turkish agreements. Armenia is not a participant in it, Armenia's participation is excluded by the logic of those agreements. Both the Russians and the Turks speak openly about that.

One of the so-called security corridors will pass through Syunik. It is supposed that this will be followed by the recognition of the so-called "Azerbaijan" by Armenia. In the future, with the formation of other "security corridors", it is assumed that the turn will reach the borders of Armenia and Turkey, which were decided in 1921. Russian-Turkish agreements, under which Armenia does not have a signature.

March 2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the Moscow Treaty, and Moscow is rushing to Ankara to complete the "demarcation" of its borders amid internal and external uncertainties and possible collapse of the Russian state.

Apparently, Nikol Pashinyan meant this when he said that a new security system is being created in Syunik and Armenia. The post-Soviet period, the Armenian-Russian-CSTO security systems, in which the pathetic Armenian political class was and continues to be parasitized, is coming to an end. In the conditions of a different quality political class, it would have happened in different borders and under different conditions. It is still ahead, but the 30-year-old political lesson with its three presidents and prime minister is now in the past.