Azerbaijan continues to recruit terrorists in Syria
The Kuwaiti website al-seyassah.com published a statement by the Armenian Embassy in Kuwait about the July clashes on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.
The statement notes that Azerbaijan continues to spread misinformation about the facts of violation of the ceasefire regime on the international border between Armenia and Azerbaijan and the Nagorno-Karabakh issue.
During the Tavush events, Azerbaijan fired at civilians and threatened to destroy civilian infrastructures, used Hermes-900 drones and other types of UAVs, which the Armenian side effectively destroyed, regionmonitor reported.
Azerbaijan continues to recruit and send terrorists from Syria to the Caucasus against the peaceful Armenian population, the embassy noted adding that Azerbaijan and its ally Turkey in late July began large-scale military drills along the borders of Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia, threatening the security of not only Armenia, but the entire region.
The Azerbaijani aggression is a gross violation of the fundamental principles of international law, taking into account also the call of the UN Secretary-General for an immediate ceasefire throughout the world amid the COVID19 pandemic, the statement said.
The Armenian Embassy also referred to the speech of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev as the latter tried to convince his people that the Karabakh conflict can be resolved by military means, and peace talks are useless.
The current leadership of Azerbaijan has publicly expressed its ambitions regarding the territory of present Armenia, including the Syunik province and the capital Yerevan, the statement noted and added that this is funny.
The anti-Armenian policy has become the cornerstone of the state of Azerbaijan, the statement concluded.