Russia attacks sending mercenaries from Syria and Libya to “Karabakh” …...

Russia attacks sending mercenaries from Syria and Libya to “Karabakh” …...
Russia attacks sending mercenaries from Syria and Libya to “Karabakh” …...
Atlanta, USA (CNN) – The Russian Foreign Ministry expressed, on Wednesday, its “deep concern” over the news of sending fighters from Libya and Syria to the disputed territory of Karabakh between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement: “Armed militia elements, from Syria and Libya in particular, have been recounted to the Karabakh region, which is considered a conflict zone, with the aim of bringing it into military action.”

The ministry continued, saying that these moves would not only lead to a greater escalation of tensions in the disputed region, but would also create long-term security risks for all countries of the region.

The Russian Foreign Ministry concluded its statement by saying, “We urge the leaders of the countries concerned to take measures to prevent the use of external terrorists and mercenaries in the conflict,” and called for an immediate withdrawal from the region.

The Karabakh region has witnessed an armed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan since Sunday morning, and the Armenian forces have taken control of areas that Baku considers within the scope of their control.

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