r/armenia just some earthman Nov 26 '22

Putin’s grip on regional allies loosens again after Armenia snub | Vladimir Putin



u/Digiff Pushkin's golden fish tale Nov 26 '22

btw just saw on Wikipedia, Ukrainian southern front is now tagged as CSTO observer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collective_Security_Treaty_Organization


u/Raffiaxper Artashesyan Dynasty Nov 26 '22

It's part of disputed territory, the only observer territory is Serbia.


u/WikiSummarizerBot Nov 26 '22

Collective Security Treaty Organization

The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) is an intergovernmental military alliance in Eurasia consisting of six post-Soviet states: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan. The Collective Security Treaty has its origins in the Soviet Armed Forces, which was replaced in 1992 by the United Armed Forces of the Commonwealth of Independent States, and was then itself replaced by the successor armed forces of the respective independent states.

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u/str8c4shh0mee Armenia, coat of arms Nov 26 '22

Armenia needs to do a better job of corralling Russia. Don’t forget who is to the west. I have no doubt Armenia can rally against Azerbaijan in a battle of survival, but turkey can end the theory of an independent Armenia in 72 hours.


u/No-Shift7747 Nov 26 '22

I disagree. I think we will be fine, because France and the US will step in if things go bad.

Right now we are rightfully pursuing an antagonistic foreign policy for all of our regional partners at once.

From the gossip in the NGO news sites and youth centers that I work with in Armenia, this is a good idea.because it shows we are a democracy and have freedom.

The goal is to be neutral and then integrate into the Turkish/NATO framework. Turks are only doing this to us because of our nationalistic leaders and ARF. If we disarm and are more peaceful they will respect that and let us live in peace.


u/str8c4shh0mee Armenia, coat of arms Nov 26 '22

Lmao what? France and the us whst


u/No-Shift7747 Nov 26 '22

We are showing our worth to the west by punishing the Russians for Democracy.

It may cost us land and our youth in battle but it will be worth it.

Rumors in the NGOs is after we give up Syunik and Artsakh we will be able to live in peace in Yerevan and the North with a NATO base. Then we can have Democracy and be finally independent.


u/str8c4shh0mee Armenia, coat of arms Nov 26 '22

Are you an Azeri bot? I can’t wish anything positive for you in life. Don’t respond to me


u/RebootedShadowRaider Canada Nov 27 '22

I had assumed he was a troll acting as a parody of "pro-western Armenians."


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u/ThatsADumbLaw Nov 26 '22

I am interested in reading non Armenian opinions on this stuff