Clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia threaten to turn into global conflict: Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia might turnNEW YORK – The issue of ongoing military clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia is in danger of turning into a global conflict as various world powers stand firm on the issue.
According to Mail Online, the United States, Russia and France have called for an immediate ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia. They are pushing for a negotiated solution, but Turkey, which has backed Azerbaijan, has vehemently opposed the move. In response, it has announced that fighting will continue until Armenia withdraws its troops from the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.

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According to the report, the Turkish army and its fighter jets are fighting alongside the Azerbaijani army in this limited war. Recently, Armenia claimed to have shot down a Turkish F-16 plane, which was denied by Turkey, but Armenia released photos of the dead pilot of the plane. Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a statement that the United States, France, and Russia had agreed to a ceasefire and called for talks. They should stay away from this issue. Until Armenia withdraws its troops from the disputed area, there will be no ceasefire.

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According to the report, there is a clear danger of confrontation between Turkey and Russia in this war because Turkey itself is part of this war and its army is fighting there. At the same time, Russia has a military base in Armenia. There are serious concerns. Russia also accused Turkey of bringing fighters from Syria and Libya to Azerbaijan to fight against Armenia. With this in mind, military experts are signaling the beginning of a new proxy war in the region, with some calling it a precursor to a world war.

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