Putin ‘betrays’ his allies to let Turkey win peace in Nagorno-Karabakh

MOSCOW – Heavy Russian military trucks rolled towards the border with the controversial Armenian region of Nagorno-Karabakh on Tuesday, just hours after President Vladimir Putin announced a Russian-brokered peace deal to end a war of six weeks in the Caucasus. Russia planned to deploy more than 1,600 troops to keep the peace but left the military gains of Azerbaijan and its ally Turkey in place.

The evolving military situation in the South Caucasus, as the United States is distracted by the aftermath of the presidential election, has made many in Moscow and Yerevan question why Putin would tolerate Turkey’s sharing Russian influence in the region, a crossroads for the Middle East. East and Europe.

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