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Azerbaijan has used Russia’s weakness in Ukraine, expert says

By DW
15 September 2022   |   12:30 pm
The flare up of violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan comes as Russia is distracted with Ukraine. In an interview, security expert Hanna Notte expects other countries to do the same.

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