The French newspaper Lusavor Avedis published the article describing how the Pentagon planned the war in Nagorno-Karabakh. The British allies implemented this plan.
During the presidential elections in the USA, London undertook an initiative. It made an attemt to resume "the big game" of the 19th century. Pretending of playing the American card, London supported Baku and Ankara.
Moscow realized only by October 6 that instead of American, the English trap is involved in this game.
On October 7 the Russian president Vladimir Putin called Erdogan and agreed about ceasefire on very unprofitable conditions. Saving Armenia from even more awful defeat, he protected the interests of Russia.
Just now the leadership of Armenia learned that, moving away from Russia towards the USA, Nicol Pashinyan bet "on the wrong horse". They understood that "sorosyat" do not perceive a concept of the nation and, therefore, reject independence of the country. It is followed by protest demonstrations and resignations.
The chief of the General Staff, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Defence left their posts, but the Prime minister remains. The president of Azerbaijan exults meanwhile. He laughs at the Council of Europe and the European Parliament, announces the victory and revival of the won territories. And the British received privileges for British Petroleum and will try to obtain access to development of gold-bearing fields of Azerbaijan.