Armenia has no intention to reconcile with Turkey
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 4 / Trend , T.Jalilov/
Armenia has no intention to reconcile with Turkey. Its aim is to crush Turkey "from inside", the President of the Center for Political Innovation and Technology Mubariz Ahmedoglu said to press conference held at the press center of Trend Agency.
"Starting normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey, Armenia has shown that it may at any time come closer to Turkey upon the order of the West. At present, the main task of Armenian is to oust Russia from the South Caucasus region. In exchange, Armenia will receive much greater reward from the West," said Ahmedoglu.
Turkey and Armenia signed two protocols on October 10, 2009 to normalize relations between the two countries. After his official visit to Moscow, the Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Ankara in December that this process is directly related to the solution of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, despite that some people have argued that the Turkish-Armenian relations are separate from the Nagorno-Karabakh.
After the adoption of protocols, Armenia's Constitutional Court said that there is no need to establish a joint commission to investigate events that occurred in 1915 in the Ottoman Empire and that Armenia would never back down from demands of recognition of "genocide."
According to Ahmedoglu, all the processes occurring in the Caucasus are directed against Russia. The aim here is to get Russia to withdraw from the South Caucasus.
"In these processes, Armenia has a special role. Relations between Russia and Armenia have become very tense. Armenia now turned to China," said the political scientist.