Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Haut-Karabakh : Emmanuel Macron juge les déclarations turques "inconsidérées et dangereuses"

Emmanuel Macron juge les déclarations turques "inconsidérées et dangereuses"
 Le président français a qualifié d'"inconsidérées" et de "dangereuses" les déclarations turques sur le conflit en cours entre l'Arménie et l'Azerbaïdjan dans le Haut-Karabakh. Pour Ankara, Paris approuve l'occupation arménienne de la région.

Le président français Emmanuel Macron s'est dit, mercredi 30 septembre, "préoccupé" par des déclarations "guerrières" de la Turquie sur le Haut-Karabakh, théâtre depuis lundi de violents combats entre les forces azerbaïdjanaises et des séparatistes soutenus par l'Arménie.

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  1. Some of Turkey's NATO allies are increasingly alarmed by Ankara's stance on Nagorno-Karabakh, a breakaway region inside Turkey's close ally Azerbaijan that is run by ethnic Armenians but is not recognized by any country as an independent republic.

    Echoing remarks by President Tayyip Erdogan, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday Turkey would "do what is necessary" when asked whether Ankara would offer military support if Azerbaijan asked for it.

    Azerbaijan's president, Ilham Aliyev, later thanked Turkey for its support but said his country did not need military assistance. Fighting would cease if Armenian forces immediately "leave our lands," he said.

    Cavusoglu also said French solidarity with Armenia amounted to supporting Armenian occupation in Azerbaijan.

    French President Emmanuel Macron, whose country is home to many people of Armenian ancestry, hit back during a visit to Latvia. He said France was extremely concerned by "warlike messages" from Turkey "which essentially remove any of Azerbaijan's inhibitions in reconquering Nagorno-Karabakh".

    "And that we won't accept," he said.


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