Turkey denies shooting down Armenian SU-25 warplane

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Communications Director Fahrettin Altun revealed to Bloomberg late Tuesday that charges that Turkey destroyed a SU-25 having a place with the Armenia military are bogus. 

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“The case that Turkey killed an Armenian contender fly is false. Armenia ought to pull back from the regions under its occupation as opposed to turning to modest promulgation stunts,” Altun additionally told the press in an announcement. Later in the day, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense likewise denied the charges. 

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The service said in an explanation that the Armenian charge is “one more dream of the Armenian military publicity machine.” Armenia’s Ministry of Defense said beforehand that a Turkish warplane taking off from Azerbaijan’s Ganja region killed an Armenian SU-25 warplane over Armenian domain. 

The circumstance in the Caucasus has been tense recently because of Armenia’s unpredictable assaults against regular citizens in Azerbaijan, slaughtering 11 and leaving 33 more injured. 

BACKGROUND OF CONFLICTS

Outskirt conflicts broke out early Sunday when Armenian powers focused on regular Azerbaijani citizen and military positions, prompting a few setbacks. When the infringement started, Ankara repeated its help for Azerbaijan, with authorities, standard ideological groups and the Turkish Foreign Ministry pronouncing steady sponsorship of its thoughtful Turkic country. 

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Following President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s comments on the side of Azerbaijan, his partner Ilham Aliyev gave an announcement, expressing gratitude toward him for Turkey’s proposal of help and backing against Armenia’s fringe infringement. 

Azerbaijan’s parliament pronounced a condition of war in specific urban communities and locales following Armenia’s outskirt infringement and assaults in the involved Nagorno-Karabakh district. 

KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT IT

Relations between the two previous Soviet countries have been tense since 1991 when the Armenian military involved Upper Karabakh, or Nagorno-Karabakh, a universally perceived region of Azerbaijan. Four U.N. Security Council (UNSC) and two U.N. General Assembly (UNGA) goals, just as numerous global associations, request the withdrawal of the possessing powers. 

The Organization for Security and Co-activity in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group – co-led by France, Russia and the United States – was framed in 1992 to locate a quiet answer for the contention however without any result. A truce, notwithstanding, was settled upon in 1994. France, Russia and NATO, among others, have asked an immediate end to conflicts in the involved locale.

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