BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:30 P.M.) – Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev mocked Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in a new video that was released after the Karabakh Accord was signed between the two countries.

During the live television broadcast, Aliyev relished in the fact that Pashinyan signed the Karabakh Accord agreement ‘unwillingly’.

Aliyev then mockingly asked the Armenian Prime Minister, “what happened, Pashinyan?”

The Azerbaijani President was jubilant after the Karabakh Accord agreement was announced, while Pashinyan faced heavy criticism and condemnation from Armenians, who believe he surrendered the region.

Previously, Aliyev vowed to not halt Azerbaijan’s military operations in Karabakh until the entire region is “liberated from Armenian occupation.”

However, following a series of advances inside the Karabakh region, Azerbaijan was able to use its leverage at the negotiations table to get an agreement that was favorable for Baku.

On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a new agreement to end the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Karabakh region.

The new accord was signed by Putin and his Armenian and Azerbaijani counterparts, paving the way for the deployment of Russian peacekeeping forces to Karabakh to ensure the peace agreement.

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Gryz
Gryz
2020-11-11 01:15

Russia certainly mastered the Great Power game, with all the opportunism and cynicism that usually goes with it, and rips all the cards while leaving one of the belligerents quite naively smiling, this mood won’t last long when he realizes he “conquest” will provide him nothing on the long run, while the more essential urban areas are to remain in Armenian hands as long as Russia exists from now on. This scheme of the Tzar is so typical of the Stalin era, where they would let their “allies” bleed to the brink of death and falsely come to the “rescue”… Read more »

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Paul v
Paul v
2020-11-11 05:59
Reply to  Gryz

Nah. Azerbaijan has been close to getting the exact 7 territories they got in the war, in negotiation over the last 25 years. The only thing stopping it was a minority of nationalist Armenians. But now its done. Russia’s biggest threat was Pashinyan the USA color revolutionary. Now he’s most likely gone.

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2020-11-10 14:44

And now Russia has a base in Azerbaijan and troops into Artsakh… I wouldn’t be so jubilant in Aliyev’s seat…

Hayton
Hayton
2020-11-11 04:08
Reply to  Daeshbags Sux

Let him be happy, for a while. Wait until the exchange of prisoners gets under way, and the question of captured non-Azeri fighters comes up. And will the Syrian jihadis be tempted to have a go at the Russian peacekeepers? That could wipe the smile off his face ..

Paul v
Paul v
2020-11-11 05:54

What a j**k lol. But good riddance to the USA color revolution man