Russia Secured the Skies Over Nagorno-Karabakh

This measure is primarily designed to ensure the safety of civil aviation flights, so that the Ukrainian incident with the Malaysian Boeing would not be repeated, and secondly, to protect the actions of Russian aviation from uninvited guests.

Installed modern air defence systems will allow to view all the airspace up to the Turkish border and control the approach of any aircraft, including drones, which Ankara is so proud of.

The creation of a powerful air defence system will reliably cover the troops, as well as control the restoration of the peace process, the movement of military and civilian convoys and cargo, and secure the movement of refugees to their places of permanent residence.

At the moment, 4 Russian bases have already been formed.

Only the Russian aerospace forces and the Russian army aviation have the right to fly in the security zone. Turkey is not on their list, including the signatories.

Civil aircraft are also prohibited from flying through the zone of responsibility of the Russian armed forces over Nagorno-Karabakh.

The complete closure of the flight zone infuriated NATO generals. They completely excluded any intelligence and surveillance activities for the movement and operations of Russian troops in the Caucasus. In fact, they were simply thrown out of any processes, even with the right of observation and advisory presence, making all NATO intelligence deaf/blind in the Caucasus.

Turkish soldiers were generously allowed to sit deep in the rear of the Azerbaijani troops, without the right to go to the areas controlled by Russian peacekeepers.

Out of impotent anger, the western media has already started spreading fake news that Russian peacekeepers in Stepanakert are looting the local population and not letting refugees into their homes. However, by the time such news spread, Russian peacekeepers had not even managed to reach Stepanakert. Again, the American media failed to know the specifics of movement on mountain roads of the time of arrival of the column.


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