The official spokeswoman for the Armenian Ministry of Defense, Shushan Stepanyan, confirmed the presence of Syrian mercenaries supported by Turkey, taking part in the fighting alongside the Azerbaijani forces.
External and internal parties concerned with the Syrian file are awaiting the results of the upcoming US elections, while regional powers spoil efforts to solve the Libyan crisis, while a new war looms between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
The Secretary General of the Arab Parliamentary Initiative, Jamal Bouhasan, said that Erdogan's ambitions to restore the influence of the defunct Ottoman Empire are the most serious threat to Arab national security. He called on the international community to assume its responsibilities towards Turkey's occupation of the neighboring countries.
The Iraqi Nujaba Movement, backed by Iran, threatened to target the US embassy in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, with what it described as "precision weapons."
French President Emmanuel Macron said that "the French-Lebanese friendship was seized by a corrupt political class that practices terror against the Lebanese people."
Today, Armenia warned that the escalation in Karabakh may extend beyond the borders of the region, while calling on the international community to prevent any Turkish intervention in the conflict.
On Sunday, the Arab Coalition announced that it had intercepted and destroyed a booby-trapped drone launched by the Houthi "Ansar Allah" group, targeting the southern region of Saudi Arabia.
Opposition politicians criticized the government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan building a prison costing 90 million liras, overlooking the lake, in Van Bakur Kurdistan, and emphasized that the people of this country need equality, democracy and freedom.
Today, Armenia declared martial law in the country and general mobilization against the backdrop of the military escalation with Azerbaijan in the Karabakh region.
This morning, the Israeli army launched a campaign of break-ins in various areas in the West Bank and Jerusalem, during which it arrested a number of Palestinians, and clashes broke out with the army in Nablus, Jenin and Ramallah.
A staff member of the United Nations mission in Kirkuk was killed, according to information, he was killed with a sharp object "knife".