Azerbaijan: France is plotting a new war in the South Caucasus


France encourages separatists and provides arms to Armenia, setting the stage for another war in the South Caucasus. This was stated by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, quoted by TASS.

He made his comments in a welcome address to participants in a conference on “Decolonization: Women’s Empowerment and Development”.

In addition to its former and current colonies, France is also destabilizing our region – the South Caucasus, by supporting separatist tendencies and separatists, providing arms to Armenia, imposing a military policy, encouraging revanchist forces in Armenia and preparing the ground for a new war in our region,” Aliyev warned in his address.

According to him, France is trying to take advantage of its permanent membership in the UN Security Council to weaves political intrigues in different regions. According to Aliyev, Western organizations use Paris to put pressure on other countries.

Aliyev blamed France for a possible future conflict with Armenia

He said eight villages in Azerbaijan “are still under Armenian occupation”.

The “Decolonization: Women’s Empowerment and Development” conference is being held as part of Azerbaijan’s chairmanship of the Non-Aligned Movement. The movement unites countries that have declared non-participation in military and political blocs and promote peaceful coexistencebased on the principles of independence and equality as the basis of their foreign policy.

The movement includes 120 countries, and a number of nations and international organizations have observer status.

Azerbaijan assumed the chairmanship of the movement for the period 2019-2022 after the 2019 Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement in Baku. Subsequently, the country’s presidential mandate was extended for another year.

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