Putin abandoned Armenia: what to expect for the rest of Russia's allies in the CSTO


Putin abandoned Armenia: what can Russia's other CSTO allies expect

< p _ngcontent-sc90="" class="news-annotation">Azerbaijan has begun shelling Armenia, a member of the CSTO, Russia's counterpart to NATO. However, the first day of the conflict showed that Armenia should not rely on the help of its ally.

Although the rules of the Collective Security Treaty Organization provide for a collective response of all members of the organization in the event of an attack on one of them. Although earlier, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has already received a refusal to help Putin. Economic and political expert Valery Klochok said this on Channel 24.

According to him, Pashinyan raised the stakes even earlier and officially applied for help to the CSTO. This attempt, most likely, did not please Putin. The organization has demonstrated an inability to fulfill its function of protecting members of the organization.

The question is different today. Putin himself is asking for help from Central Asia. He has very serious problems now, he simply has nothing to help Azerbaijan or Armenia,” Klochok emphasized.

The Kremlin dictator understands all this, but does not publicly admit it.

Therefore, now the paths are simple abandoned Armenia, the expert added.

The expert also recalled that the protests in Kazakhstan were also unleashed by internal forces, but under the guise of the CSTO. The uselessness of this structure has already happened more than once.

Pashinyan may soon leave his post

Klochok also believes that sooner or later Pashinyan will be “removed” from his post. This is also evidenced by the fact that several thousand people have gathered in Armenia accusing Nikol Pashinyan of allegedly being ready to make a territorial compromise with Azerbaijan.

Putin's regime may collapse

At the same time, such “requests” of Putin are beneficial for Ukraine. Now it is a very convenient opportunity to resolve internal conflicts for countries, even military ones, in which they exist. We are talking about Georgia, Moldova, Armenia and others.

“In this model, we can come to the conclusion that the current Putin regime can be overthrown. Moreover, the Kremlin is now showing its weakness. It is obvious. And Armenia – additional proof of this,” the expert emphasized.

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The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan: everything that is known< /h3>

  • The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has been going on since the 1990s. The previous serious episode was extinguished in the fall of 2020, when Russian peacekeepers were brought into Nagorno-Karabakh.
  • On September 13, the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia became restless again. Both countries announced shelling and provocations, and the Armenian prime minister even called Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron.
  • However, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry believes that Armenia is the aggressor and occupier state in the region. In addition, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry accused Armenia and its leadership of provocations.
  • On the same day, September 13, the countries allegedly agreed on a ceasefire.
  • On September 14, the Armenian Defense Ministry announced that the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan fired at the deployment of the border forces of the FSB of Russia. Therefore, the situation on the border with Azerbaijan has become extremely aggravated.
  • However, experts agree that Putin is not interested in opening a new front.

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