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Aliyev complains about India's weapon sales to Armenia being an "unfriendly" action
by ATHENS BUREAU
Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev has complained about India's weapon sales to Armenia being an "unfriendly move" as they "only one target, Azerbaijan."
"If we are facing a serious threat, we will deal with that threat immediately, regardless of where that threat arises, within our territory or outside our borders. It is our legitimate right to do so," added the dictator in an interview with local media on January 10.
Ilham, who along with father Haider Aliyev, has ruled oil-rich Azerbaijan for 30 years, said: "We see and know which countries are preparing to give weapons to Armenia. Unfortunately, India is now among them."
"We consider this an unfriendly move. Because these weapons have only one target, Azerbaijan," he added.
India has made little attempt to hide the sale of military grade radars to Armenia when the first war with Azerbaijan took place in 2020.
The media had reported that a defence delegation from Armenia visited India to meet with their counterparts while noting that the indigenous weapon-locating radars were a success in Armenia as well.
Looks like India has weighed in on the Caucuses. Russia so far seems to be failing to keep its stranglehold on Eurasia.