In the face of Turkey's strong support for Azerbaijan, and still unable to win Russia's promised rescue, Armenia finally surrendered on November 10 after six weeks of bloody battle, and signed the ceasefire agreement jointly proposed by Russia and Azerbaijan , ended the military confrontation in the Naka region. With the fall of the Armenian war, the "Nagorno-Karabakh Sovereign Disputed Area", which has been occupied for 26 years, has drawn a terminator, and the " Arzakh Republic ", which is almost unrecognized, can only be destroyed.
According to the tripartite agreement, Russia will send a "joint peacekeeping force" to the ceasefire line between the two Asias by December, and monitor the Naka issue for five years to ensure the process of peaceful autonomy in the region. According to photo background removing this, Russia has undoubtedly become the biggest victor. The military base that originally had 3,000 soldiers stationed in Armenia has been further strengthened, and it has been able to continue to be the king in the South Caucasus. Over the years, Russia has reiterated that no external powers, including the United States, the European Union, or even China, are allowed in this sphere of influence; Turkey benefits secondly and follows its wishes, although Russia does not allow Turkish troops or Syrian militants to intervene in the Azerbaijan conflict, But according to the agreement, Armenia must provide a corridor between Azerbaijan and the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan , thus establishing direct transport links between Turkey and Azerbaijan.
The EU, however, has been the biggest loser, fulfilling what Russia says has no space in the region. The game between Russia, Turkey and the European Union in the South Caucasus is really exciting. The following is an analysis of the winners and losers in the struggle for the vital interests of the South Caucasus from each of the three parties. Russia's Consideration of Abandoning Armenia Let's talk about Russia first. Armenians saw the surrender of the ceasefire as a betrayal, sparking massive protests calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. If Paschal resigns, Russia can be said to benefit from the agreement. What's the matter?