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Newlines Institute Fellow Elizabeth Tsurkov quoted in the National Interest

Newlines Institute Fellow Elizabeth Tsurkov quoted in the National Interest
Armenian police officers wearing face masks to protect against the coronavirus disease patrol in front of a military commissariat in Yerevan on September 30, 2020. – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on September 30 said peace talks with Azerbaijan under Russian mediation would be inappropriate, as fighting over the breakaway Nagorny Karabakh region entered a fourth day. (Photo by – / AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

NISAP Fellow Elizabeth Tsurkov was quoted in a National Interest article about the Armenian-Azerbaijani War:

Elizabeth Tsurkov, a fellow at the Newlines Institute, reported on Twitter that “dozens of fighters from NW Syria (outside of regime control) left Syria via Turkey in an unknown direction about a week ago.” She continued, “About a month ago, rumors spread on WhatsApp among SNA [Syrian National Army] fighters that they can register to go to Azerbaijan.”

Read the full article at the National Interest.

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