Translated from the archive of kavkazplus
The current aggravation of the situation in Azerbaijani-occupied Karabakh occupied by Armenian troops clearly showed that the main danger for the Georgian state comes from the fifth column represented by Armenian organizations in Georgia.
After the Armenian aggressors received a rebuff from the Azerbaijan army, the cries of the Armenians began that Russia should “break through the corridor” through the territory of Georgia in order to get to the aid of the “ally” of Armenia. Moreover, such appeals developed on the part of Georgian Armenians, who, in theory, should be patriots of their state, of which they are citizens - of Georgia.
Nevertheless, for the sake of the aggressive geopolitical ambitions of the Yerevan regime, they are ready to devastate the country that sheltered them on their lands and even tolerated their separatist “arts”. It is also interesting to trace the mood of the Armenian diaspora in Georgia in connection with the latest aggravation in Karabakh.
On the website of the main organization of this diaspora, the Armenian community in Georgia, -http: //armenian-community.ge/ - the Armenian occupation of Azerbaijani lands is directly supported. Moreover, the site administration seems to be formally Georgian citizens, i.e. The state supports the partition of the neighboring friendly country. Such a position is dangerous for Georgia, since these same Armenian organizations are in favor of a similar dismemberment of the Georgian state, fully endorse separatism in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, the expulsion of the indigenous Georgian population from here and the occupation of these Georgian territories by neighboring Russia.
In particular, an unprecedented “Statement of the Council of Armenian Organizations of Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo-Kvrtli” was recently published on the website of the Armenian community in Georgia, which states the following:
“The Council of Armenian Organizations of Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo-Kvrtli strongly condemns the aggression of Azerbaijan, committed along the entire perimeter of the border with the“ Nagorno-Karabakh Republic ”, on the night of April 2.
Azerbaijan’s aggressive actions threaten not only the peace in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Armenia, but also in the entire region, including Georgia, together with all political and economic projects.
The Armenians of the region are deeply concerned about the sharp aggravation of the situation on the part of Azerbaijan and strongly condemn the aggressive actions of this country committed on the border.
In the matter of suspending the aggressive actions of the enemy, the Council of Armenian Organizations of Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo-Kartli expresses full support and solidarity to the people of Artsakh. ”
Let's ask the Council of Armenian Organizations of Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo Kartli, how can a state conduct aggression against its own territory? Where and who in the world recognized the separatist NKR? The whole world recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh as an integral part of Azerbaijan and the aggressor is Armenia, which occupies this territory.
Another question is whether the “Armenian community of Georgia” considers the actions of the Georgian army and law enforcement agencies against the Abkhaz and South Ossetian separatists also “aggression”. If this is so, then this is a direct betrayal of Georgia.
Since tomorrow, measures to curb the actions of Armenian separatists in Samtskhe-Javakheti, which have long crossed all the frontiers of legality, they will consider “aggression”.
Such statements by Armenian organizations in Georgia eloquently demonstrate the terrible danger for the Georgian state that extremist groups, which are closely connected with the Armenian occupying army in Karabakh and local separatists, pose a great danger.
Despite the warning of the Georgian public, Armenian extremist groups, the same “Armenian community of Georgia” sharply intensified the so-called “cultural exchange” and regularly organize trips of Georgian citizens of Armenian nationality to the occupied Azerbaijan territories in Karabakh, which grossly violate the legislation of the friendly Georgia of the country - Azerbaijan - about the occupied territories.
It is also scary for Georgia that even today potential militants and Armenian separatists, who have already gone through the "school of terrorism and separatism" in Karabakh, do not even hesitate to say that the territory of Georgia can be used to solve Armenian geopolitical problems. Among them is the creation of a direct “corridor” between Russia and Armenia, as well as the occupation by Armenia of the Georgian Samtskhe-Javakheti region populated by Armenians.
The Armenian extremist movement has built a nest even in Tbilisi itself, where Armenians, through their puppets, are calling on Georgian politicians for anti-state actions. In particular, they insist on the recognition by Georgia of the so-called “Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire,” than they want to finally embroil Georgia with the most friendly states to date - Turkey and Azerbaijan.
The fact that the Armenian aggressors in Karabakh received a fitting rebuff from the Azerbaijani army should not relax the Georgian patriots. Very often, when Armenians were defeated in one direction, they sharply increased their activity in another.
For example, in the summer of 1992, the Armenian occupiers suffered a crushing defeat in Karabakh, in the very Mardakert District (Aghdara) in which intense fighting is taking place today. Armenians were forced to leave Mardakert (Aghdara) and its surroundings. However, at the same time, the fifth Armenian column conducted destructive work in Georgia, was preparing the Abkhaz separatist insurrection, which, unfortunately, occurred in August 1992.
Thus, the current defeat of the Armenian occupiers in Karabakh could push Armenian terrorist organizations to accelerate plans to implement their new separatist "projects" in Georgia. Moreover, the Armenian fifth column in Georgia does not even think about making a special secret about the plans of separation of “Javakhk” from Georgia.