Turkey and Azerbaijan may present an ultimatum to Armenia to open the so-called “Zangezur Corridor.” Thomas de Waal, senior fellow with Carnegie Europe, specializing in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus region, wrote about this on his X (former Twitter) microblog.
“Days after Azerbaijan's military takeover of Karabakh, Presidents Aliyev and Erdogan meet in Nakhchivan today and will very likely make ultimatums to the Armenian government to "open the Zangezur Corridor or else..." With Russia's agreement so long as its troops are deployed there,” he wrote.
“Can we be really going the world of 1918-21 when big powers try to use force to draw and redraw the map of the Caucasus? Let it not be so. Most relevant book is suddenly Kazemzadeh's classic of 1951,” he added.