5000 people killed in ongoing war in Nagorno-Karbakh, Armenia-Azerbaijan

5000 people killed in ongoing war in Nagorno-Karbakh, Armenia-Azerbaijan
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that more than 5,000 people have died so far in the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karbakh region. Putin said in a meeting on Thursday that more than two thousand people had died from both sides. He also said that there is no need for a military alliance between Russia and China, but the idea cannot be ruled out in the future.

On the other hand, Nagorno-Karbakh says that since September 27, 874 soldiers have been killed and 37 civilians have been killed. Meanwhile, Azerbaijan has said that 61 of its civilians have been killed and 291 injured. Azerbaijan has not indicated the number of soldiers killed. Amidst this fierce war, Putin said that the US would help Russia resolve the dispute.

The Russian President's statement comes at a time when Turkey now appears to be openly supporting Azerbaijan in the war of Armenia and Azerbaijan. Turkey, which aspires to become a 'Khalifa' in Central Asia, has now announced that it is ready to send its troops if it requests Azerbaijan. Superpowers Russia's neighboring countries Armenia and Azerbaijan are fighting for occupation of the Nagorno-Karbakh region and if Turkey joins it, there will be a threat of a third world war.

Turkish Vice President Fout Okte has said that Turkey will not hesitate to give its troops and military support if a request comes from Azerbaijan to send troops. However, he also said that no such request has come from Azerbaijan till now. Turkey extended its full support to Azerbaijan, alleging that Armenia occupies the land of Baku.

In a conversation with CNN on Wednesday, the Turkish vice-president criticized the faction led by France, Russia and the US, saying the group did not want the Nagorno-Karbakh dispute to end. He also alleged that the group is helping Armenia politically and militarily. Explain that this group led by France, Russia and America is helping to settle the dispute between Armenia-Azerbaijan.

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