Territórios controlados pelos armênios em torno de Nagorno-Karabakh

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Os territórios controlados pelos armênios em torno de Nagorno-Karabakh são marcadas em amarelo. Os locais com listas indica o distrito Shaumian e do antigo Oblast Autônomo de Nagorno-Karabakh, áreas consideradas pelas autoridades artsakhs para fazer parte da República de Artsakh, mas atualmente controladas pelo Azerbaijão.

Os territórios controlados pelos armênios em torno de Nagorno-Karabakh são áreas que formalmente faz parte do Azerbaijão e estão situados fora do antigo Oblast Autônomo de Nagorno-Karabakh, que estão desde o fim da Guerra de Nagorno-Karabakh controlados pelas forças militares da Armênia e da República de Artsakh.[1][2][3][4][5]

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Com base na divisão administrativa e territorial do Azerbaijão, as forças armênias controlam os territórios dos seguintes municípios do Azerbaijão:[6]

A área total do território é de 7,634 km2. O perímetro exterior desses territórios é uma linha de contato direto entre as forças militares da República de Artsakh e do Azerbaijão.[8]

Referências

  1. Нужны ли российские миротворцы в Нагорном Карабахе (em russo)
  2. Human Rights Watch. Playing the "Communal Card". Communal Violence and Human Rights. ("By early 1992 full-scale fighting broke out between Nagorno-Karabakh Armenians and Azerbaijani authorities.") / ("...Karabakh Armenian forces -often with the support of forces from the Republic of Armenia- conducted large-scale operations...") / ("Because 1993 witnessed unrelenting Karabakh Armenian offensives against the Azerbaijani provinces surrounding Nagorno-Karabakh...") / ("Since late 1993, the conflict has also clearly become internationalized: in addition to Azerbaijani and Karabakh Armenian forces, troops from the Republic of Armenia participate on the Karabakh side in fighting inside Azerbaijan and in Nagorno-Karabakh.")
  3. Human Rights Watch. The former Soviet Union. Human Rights Developments. ("In 1992 the conflict grew far more lethal as both sides -the Azerbaijani National Army and free-lance militias fighting along with it, and ethnic Armenians and mercenaries fighting in the Popular Liberation Army of Artsakh- began...")
  4. United States Institute of Peace. Nagorno-Karabakh Searching for a Solution. Foreword. ("Nagorno-Karabakh’s armed forces have not only fortified their region, but have also occupied a large swath of surrounding Azeri territory in the hopes of linking the enclave to Armenia.")
  5. United States Institute of Peace. Sovereignty after Empire. Self-Determination Movements in the Former Soviet Union. Hopes and Disappointments: Case Studies. ("Meanwhile, the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh was gradually transforming into a full-scale war between Azeri and Karabakh irregulars, the latter receiving support from Armenia.") / ("Azerbaijan's objective advantage in terms of human and economic potential has so far been offset by the superior fighting skills and discipline of Nagorno-Karabakh's forces. After a series of offensives, retreats, and counteroffensives, Nagorno-Karabakh now controls a sizable portion of Azerbaijan proper (...), including the Lachin corridor.")
  6. Адекватному пониманию армяно-азербайджанского конфликта мешает распространение и повторение ложной статистики (em russo)
  7. a b c d e f g Азербайджанская ССР - Административно-территориальное деление (em Russian). Baku: Azgoisdat (Азгоиздат). 1979 
  8. Вооруженное противостояние на Южном Кавказе (em russo)