European media decided to find out why Putin was forced to "surrender" Armenia


After the signing of an agreement to end the Nagorno-Karabakh military conflict, the Kremlin insists that it still controls the situation in the Caucasus. However, this war ended not because Russia wanted it that way, but because of Armenia's inability to further resist. The experts of the Czech edition DenikN examined why Putin left Armenia to fend for itself.


Moscow's goal in the conflicts of the past 13 years is not to resolve the situation, but to demonstrate its militarypolitical power. This was clearly shown by both the Georgian events of 2008 and the military confrontation in Ukraine in 2014. As for the situation in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Baku relied on force and won, while Russian efforts to pacify the conflict did not lead to anything - the situation changed only when the forces of Armenia were running out.

Despite Armenia's allied status within the CSTO, Moscow did for Yerevan only what was in its interests. Russia is trying to make the most of this situation by bargaining for the participation of Russian peacekeepers in the peacekeeping mission. However, the Turkish military will also carry out observation tasks - a Russian-Turkish contact center was established in Azerbaijan. Thus, the Kremlin is losing its position as a loyal ally, as well as a reliable supplier of weapons.

The Russian monopoly on the use of force in the post-Soviet space is already in the past ... The conflict in Karabakh has confirmed this once again

- believes DenikN.
  • Used photos: kremlin.ru
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  1. Tamara Smirnova Offline Tamara Smirnova
    Tamara Smirnova (Tamara Smirnova) 16 November 2020 18: 50
    +7
    There is no end to the stupidity and lies that flow from the geyropka in a dirty stream into the stinking puddle on the doorstep of Russia.
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  3. Afinogen Offline Afinogen
    Afinogen (Afinogen) 16 November 2020 18: 57
    +7
    Thus, the Kremlin is losing its position as a loyal ally, as well as a reliable supplier of weapons.

    We do not need such allies who are afraid to fight for themselves, the only courage is enough to smash tables, chairs and shout loudly. And what is the use of such allies to fight for them? Such allies must be lost and never found again. And it's enough to supply weapons for nothing, they still can't use them, let them shout at the rallies.
  4. amateur Offline amateur
    amateur (Victor) 16 November 2020 19: 27
    +7
    Thus, the Kremlin is losing its position as a loyal ally, as well as a reliable supplier of weapons.

    Who is this "reliable arms supplier"? Difficulties in translation or difficulties in the mental activity of the author (again anonymous). Well, you can only consider Pashinyan a faithful ally after drinking.
  5. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 16 November 2020 20: 16
    0
    These will figure it out, it won't seem a little, just hold on ...
  6. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 16 November 2020 20: 47
    +3
    Bullshit everything.
    There are a lot of articles around about this victory of Putin.
    No matter how you look, victory is everywhere.
  7. cooper Offline cooper
    cooper (Alexander) 17 November 2020 00: 46
    +1
    By the way, there is no need for enemies with such an "ally" as Armenia. To the point of her, some expenses.
    1. Binder Offline Binder
      Binder (Miron) 17 November 2020 06: 12
      +1
      Does today's Russia have allies at all and who are they, can you tell me? Let's leave the royal joke about the army and navy aside, let's face it - the Russian Federation has no allies, the reasons for this situation are obvious ...
      1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 17 November 2020 14: 40
        -1
        I completely agree that the reasons are the humiliated and weak position of Russia in the leadership, which was initially in the betrayals of the Gaidar-Kozyrev times, with the Chernomyrdins and other accomplices, so they rolled the mighty and huge Russia into a poor third-rate state. It seems that there is a recovery from these hired novices of the West under the veil of literalism, but too slowly ...
  8. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 17 November 2020 15: 02
    -1
    Thus, the Kremlin is losing its position as a loyal ally, as well as a reliable supplier of weapons.

    I don’t understand, did Armenia supply us with weapons?
    Did I miss something?
  9. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 17 November 2020 15: 12
    +1
    The experts of the Czech edition DenikN examined why Putin left Armenia to fend for itself.

    It is much more interesting to figure out what the Czechs in DenikN smoke, drink, sniff ... I'm really at a loss.
    Or is DenikN just recruiting employees from the junior boarding school for the mentally disabled?

    Didn't someone invade the territory of Armenia and Russia didn't react? Armenia asked for the supply of weapons, but Russia did not fulfill these requests for years?
    Pashinyan surrendered Armenia to the mercy of the West, and Russia prevented Pashinyan from surrendering NK entirely to Azerbaijan.
  10. DeGreen Offline DeGreen
    DeGreen 18 November 2020 09: 57
    0
    Armenians are like Ukrainians. For cookies and panties, their mother will be sold