In his first public comments on the deadly conflict since it began on September 27, Putin called the 10-day outbreak of the fight a „tragedy“ whose end is „still a long way off.“ Russia has crossed a narrow line between former Soviet neighbors Yerevan and Baku and has called for a ceasefire in the recent outbreak, but has not publicly supported both sides. It is a pity that your wisdom is deaf here, because many of you have a particular task to accomplish, and this task is to sever the link between Armenia and Russia. I`m pro-Russian because I`m pro-Armenian. Those who want to widen a gap between Moscow and Yerevan are either traitors to Armenia or simply fools of mind. Second, what Norserunt wrote. I found myself at length in other strings that supported my arguments in favour of Armenia`s alliance with Russia on this historic point. To all petty Russophobes: Geography is the deteminante variable in international politics and it will not change, no matter how much nonsense you spit in your comments…. The Belarusian president defended himself against these criticisms, citing the invitation of former Russian President Vladimir Putin to Russia after being removed from the post of president of Kyrgyzstan during the tulip revolution of 2005.  The following month, President Medvedev ordered the CEO of the Russian gas monopoly Gazprom to reduce gas deliveries to Belarus.  Subsequently, the Russian television channel NTV, run by Gazprom, aired a documentary comparing Lukashenko to Bakiev.  The Russian President`s foreign policy adviser, Sergei Prikaidko, threatened to publish a copy of a CSTO meeting at which Lukashenko said his government would recognize the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.  In June 2010, ethnic clashes broke out in southern Kyrgyzstan between Kyrgyzstan and the Uzbeks, leading Kyrgyz interim President Roza Otunbaeva to seek the help of Russian troops to quell the unrest.
Kurmanbek Bakiev rejected allegations that his supporters were behind the ethnic conflict and asked the CSE to intervene.  Askar Akayev also asked the CSTO to send troops who said: According to state laws, the same level of information security, which contains data that are the state secret of the Russian Federation and the secret State Republic of Armenia, must provide the parties. The agreement is signed for a period of five years and is automatically renewed for a period of one year each time one of the contracting parties does not inform the other party in writing of its intention to cease operations within six months of the expiry of the corresponding period. In mid-October 2017, the Armenian cabinet passed a bill to sign a $100 million credit contract with Russia to regulate the purchase of weapons in accordance with national law.  Lao, you should also ignore the April War, because your handling of these issues is cumbersome on the emotional side and very easy on the rational side. It is obvious that you do not fully understand geopolitics and intentional relations and what Moscow has to do in the region. If it were not only Moscow, not only Artsakh, but also part of Armenia, would now be part of Azerbaijan. And all the people you could do mourn Western officials at their feet, as your species has done for generations without tangible results.