"Atomic bomb should be dropped on Azerbaijani capital", Armenian newspaper suggests

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

 "Atomic bomb should be dropped on Azerbaijani capital", Armenian newspaper suggests

  • After the defeat of Azerbaijan, there is great anger and outrage in Armenia and in this regard, the Armenian newspaper published in the United States has emphasized the use of atomic bomb in its editorial.
  • In the last 6 weeks of fighting, Armenia has been defeated by Azerbaijan and the Armenian army, which has been occupying for three decades, has been defeated in Nagorno-Karabakh.
  • Following the defeat, several major Armenian cities, including Aghdam and Lachen, have been evacuated under the peace deal, while the Armenian people have been protesting against the government's peace deal.
  • In this regard, the Armenian newspaper "Asbariz" published in the United States has urged the editorial to avenge the defeat of Azerbaijan and stressed the need to use the atomic bomb.
  • The daily says that the Armenian government should use any nuclear weapon against Azerbaijan and turn the Azerbaijani capital Baku into a "barren land" for the next 5,000 years.
  • On the other hand, the Consul General of Azerbaijan in the US city of Los Angeles has expressed his indignation over the editorial of the newspaper and called on the local administration to investigate under US law.
  • It should be noted that Armenia has suffered the most casualties in the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia and thousands of its soldiers have been killed.
  • What was agreed in the peace agreement?
  • It is accepted that Nagorno-Karabakh is a globally perceived domain of Azerbaijan, however it was involved by an Armenian ancestral gathering through the Armenian armed force and there have been a few battles between the different sides.
  • The latest fighting in the conflict began in September and lasted for about six weeks, killing hundreds of people on both sides, while Armenia confirmed the deaths of 2,317 of its troops. The participation has prompted a nonaggression treaty among Azerbaijan and Armenia, which is being known as a triumph for Azerbaijan.
  • As per the arrangement, the domains freed from the Armenian occupation in the ongoing war will stay with Azerbaijan and the Armenian armed force will pull out from other encompassing regions also.
  • These are where a large number of Azeri Muslims lived before the Armenian occupation in 1993 and had to move to more secure territories of Azerbaijan.
  • Under the arrangement, 1,600 Russian peacekeepers will be shipped off Karabakh to keep up harmony in the two nations, and they will remain for a very long time on the passageway connecting Armenia to Khan Kundi, the capital of Karabakh. Will likewise be traded. 
  • Following the arrangement, the Russian military is available in the region. As indicated by the Azeri President, Turkey will likewise assume its part for harmony in the area and its peacekeepers will likewise be conveyed here.


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