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What roles do Russia and Turkey play in the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict

Haaretz Sunday, 4 October 2020
Although Russia and Armenia do not share a border, Armenia is a close Russian ally of Russia in the Caucasus region between the Black and Caspian seas, including hosting a large Russian military base
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