The notorious Jean-Christophe Buisson, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Le Figaro, has made another scandalous post on Twitter: “Azerbaijan continues the cultural genocide of the Armenian heritage in ‘Artsakh’ with the complete and universal silent approval. No one is responding, especially the French government and UNESCO, while the European Union happily announces an energy partnership with Baku.”
After the vandalism unleashed on the occupied lands of Azerbaijan by the Armenian aggressors, Yerevan and its various lobbyists had better hold their tongues on the subject of “cultural genocide”.
But that’s not all. Apparently, the meeting of the Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council in Baku caused hysterics interspersed with panic among the Armenian lobbyists.
They are well aware that energy agreements with Baku, especially against the background of the current “cold crisis” in Europe, increase the importance of relations with Azerbaijan for Europe; they know how much this, to use a more civil phrase, will make the Armenian lobby’s job harder. Frankly speaking, Azerbaijan’s energy projects have long been a cause of Yerevan’s rabid rage. In 1993, threats were voiced there on behalf of terrorist groups.
On the eve of the 44-day war, they made plans for missile strikes against the “oil cluster” in Baku. Now their main weapon is Mr. Buisson. Only his arguments have even less chance of working than a Scud missile, blown up by an Azerbaijani strike together with the launcher, of reaching anywhere. We can only suggest that Monsieur Buisson and his puppet masters get used to the new reality.
Translated from Minval.az