Aliyev confesses, pledges to continue provocations
“There is cease-fire agreement. But today there are no peacekeeping forces in the region, there are Armenian and Azerbaijani soldiers. The distance between them sometimes makes 40-50 meters. No one can provide guarantees that undesirable incidents will not occur there. How long should Azerbaijani people wait? For how long it should accept this unfairness? It could be explained somehow when there was military balance between Armenia and Azerbaijan. But today there is no such balance. And they are well aware of it,” Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev said in a statement in Baku Tuesday.
Ilham Aliyev here tried to imply something and give spirit to those under his command, however, willy-nilly he confessed that the incident of June 18-19 night near the village of Chaylu was provoked by “impatient Azerbaijani people”, explaining that “there is lack of military balance.”
It’s remarkable that Aliyev openly announced that such provocations will continue in the future.