How Turkey failed Aliyev. Baku was caught in its own trapWorld
These are thousands of mercenaries who have moved to Azerbaijan, most of them sources, including those associated with ISIL, and according to recorded data, they were sent by Turkey from Libya and Northern Syria.:However, not only the Armenian side presented evidence of Turkey's transfer of terrorists to Artsakh:
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in an interview with RIA Novosti noted that Turkey used terrorists from different countries in Syria, the same methods were used in Libya, using terrorists from Syria there."The fact that he uses the same methods in Nagorno-Karabakh does not require proof. This is very likely, because it was Turkey that brought this problem, started this conflict, and Turkey supports this conflict. Turkey wants to achieve something, and it is going to use the same methods. We can say with confidence that Turkey uses terrorists in Nagorno-Karabakh from Syria and other countries»,- Assad said. Bashar al-Assad also said that Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the only initiator of the escalation of the Karabakh conflict. "He supports terrorists in Libya, he was the main provocateur and initiator of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno - Karabakh," the Syrian President said.
According to Russian intelligence agencies, militants of Arab origin, mainly members of international terrorist groups, have been spotted in Transcaucasia. Terrorists come from Syria to participate in the conflict between Azerbaijan and the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.
Hundreds of fighters linked to Turkey have moved from Syria to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, they participated in the battles between Azerbaijan and Armenia, and hundreds are preparing to go, writes The Wall Street Journal. According to these sources, since July, " information has spread among the Syrian rebel groups that Turkey is recruiting fighters to participate in the fighting»:
Another declassified record has appeared on the Internet, which proves that Syrian mercenaries are currently fighting against Artsakh as part of the Azerbaijani Army:
The evidence presented to the international community is more than enough to accuse Turkey and Azerbaijan of sponsoring terrorism and forming an anti-terrorist coalition.