Erdogan mentions the red line: If anyone crosses the red line, let them blame themselves


October 28, Fineko/abc.az. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

ABC.AZ reports that Erdogan revealed details of discussions with Putin: "We offered to complete this work in the Caucasus. We can resolve this issue together: You with Pashinyan, and I with my brother Ilham Aliyev.

We should solve the problem, we are sincere. I also believe that You are sincere. We had a great meeting. I hope there will be a result. However, I marked our red line. If it is crossed, do not blame us, we will not look at anyone. They say that we are moving forces from Syria to Azerbaijan. With the help of our intelligence, we have clarified that about 2,000 PKK and YPG mercenaries are fighting in the conflict zone on the side of Armenia for US $600. Putin said he didn't know anything about it. I promised to inform him.

These PKK forces were operating in Syria, they are coming from Syria. I don't believe Putin will indulge the PKK, but he should tell Pashinyan about it. Otherwise, the necessary measures will be taken. The Azerbaijani brothers returned most of the lost lands. I believe that they all will be returned soon," the Turkish president said.