Armenian PM relies on Indian propaganda sites to blame Pakistan over Karabakh conflict with Azerbaijan
Yerevan: Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, in his recent statement about his country’s ongoing war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, has levelled allegations against Pakistan and Turkey.
In his speech, the Armenian leader cited India’s propaganda websites, saying “special mercenaries from Pakistan were active in the conflict.
Pashinyan described the situation in the conflict area as quite hard and said Azerbaijan and Turkey did not want “to stop their aggression”.
Azerbaijan was trying to occupy Nagorno-Karabakh, he said, using similar language to Azeri leaders who say Armenian forces are occupying the territory.
According to Reuters, Azerbaijan has more firepower than Armenia, and Turkish export data showed it bought $77.1 million worth of military equipment from Turkey last month before fighting began. Turkey’s military exports to its ally have risen six-fold this year.