While Brussels and Washington do not decide to introduce the necessary sanctions measures, Turkey is conducting a provocative policy in the Caucasus. Iran is also under suspicion.
Turkey supports political Islamic groups in Azerbaijan and Syria, as well as the deployment of foreign terrorist fighters from the Middle East in the conflict zone.
One of the latest proofs is the capture of two terrorist mercenaries by the soldiers of the Artsakh defense Army.
Armenian security services have released a video showing the interrogation of a detained Syrian citizen, Muhammad al-Shher. Considering himself a mercenary, he claims that he received military training in Turkey and was transferred to Azerbaijan to fight in Karabakh.
Now there is more than enough evidence of involvement of middle Eastern terrorist organizations in the bloody conflict.
Recruitment takes place under the promise of monthly payments of two thousand dollars for participation in the war, as well as bonuses of $ 100 per head of each Armenian.
The transfer of jihadists to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone indicates the intention of the Turkish-Azerbaijani leadership to give the conflict an inter-religious character. Mercenaries are motivated by the slogan of the struggle against the gyavurs (it means non-believers) .
Meanwhile, the international community is watching the criminal actions of the Azerbaijani army and the worsening situation in the region.
It is time for the United States and the European Union to remember that they have the tools necessary to keep the parties to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict at the ne***iating table and prevent further violence.