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Report: U.S. Plans NATO Base In Azerbaijan

Armenpress
August 7, 2013

In USA Safar Abiyev discussed NATO base establishment in Nakhchivan

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YEREVAN: The seven-day visit of the Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan Safar Abiyev to the United States of America except for the military issues included also political elements. As reported by the Yeni Musavat newspaper, “the sides discussed issues related to the military and technical cooperation between the two countries, security in the Caspian Sea, training of marine military officers, increase of antenna and military navy ships in the Sea, US assistance to the State Border Service and the Ministry of Emergency Situations, transport of American troops withdrawn from Afghanistan, via Azerbaijan, the Iranian issue, as well as the presidential elections to be held on October 9”.

As reported by Armenpress, the newspaper writes that neither the Press Service of the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan nor the Ministry of Foreign Affairs gave any other details on the visit.

In the interview given to the Yeni Musavat newspaper, Azerbaijani military expert Uzeir Jafarov stated that the most important agreement made during the visit of the Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan Safar Abiyev to the United States of America is the establishment of a NATO military base in Nakhchivan. “The issue of passing the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan to Turkey’s guardianship to protect it is in the agenda. It is possible that during the next year Turkey will establish a military base in Nakhchivan or open a military representative unit. The entrance of Turkey to Nakhchivan is also provided by the NATO presence in that territory”, said Azerbaijani military expert Uzeir Jafarov.

According to the military expert, Safar Abiy, undoubtedly raised issue of Nagorno Karabakh, of which, unfortunately, no news is expected.

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  1. rosemerry
    August 7, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    Soon NATO will be GTN, the Global Terror Network, with a few designated enemies left out so that the wonderful weapons and partnerships developed will not go to waste. (Remember the words of Madeleine Albright to Colin Powell.)

  2. Peter
    August 8, 2013 at 10:03 am

    Ha ha ha yeh no problem, the U.S can build anything when you can print 85 billion per month and the fed buys all of it! The collapse of all the bases will be the talking point not how many more they can build.

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