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Turkey is Registering Syrians from Afrin to Settle in Artsakh | Asbarez.com

Turkey is Registering Syrians from Afrin to Settle in Artsakh

Turkey has begun registering ethnic Turkmens from the Afrin region of Syria with the aim of settling them in Artsakh in territories that were surrendered to Azerbaijan, according to the Human Rights Organization-Afrin-Syria.

Azerbaijan’s president, Ilham Aliyev, had said on numerous occasions that the territories that were ceded to his country, after the now infamous November 9 agreement, would be resettled by Azerbaijanis who were allegedly displaced during the Karabakh War in the 1990’s.

It seems, however, that the Ankara-Baku axis has other plans for those Artsakh territories, while Moscow sits idly taking credit for ending the 45-day war, which began when Azerbaijani forces, aided by the Turkish military and Ankara-backed jihadists began a brutal attack on Artsakh on September 27.
“Turkey is opening two offices in Afrin to register those Turkmen settlers wishing to be resettled in Artsakh,” said the human rights group in a post on Facebook.

The group said that several corroborating sources had confirmed that the Turkish authorities that are currently occupying the northern Syrian region of Afrin are specifically registering ethnic Turkmens who have long lived in the region in an effort to settle and transport families to Artsakh.

According to the human rights watchdog, the effort is being coordinated by Turkish Intelligence Service and the terrorist Grey Wolves gangs who are predominantly pro-Turkey armed factions of Turkmen origin, such as Sultan Murad, Suleyman Shah, al-Hamzat groups, all of which reportedly sent jihadists to fight alongside Azerbaijani forces in the 2020 Karabakh offensive.

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