I haven’t seen any posts on this and this is a pretty big deal, especially if turkey actually is involved and supplying troops on the Azerbaijani side, and if they already haven’t, turkey’s foreign minister announced only a few hours ago that turkey would provide assistance if needed. This is a big deal. Turkey wants to gain major influence in the region and save its dying currency, but there are many in the region (Russia) who don’t want to see turkey gain influence in the region, which is funny because this conflict going on between Armenia and Azerbaijan is of Russia’s creation but that’s a history lesson for another time. Looks like the stage is being set for an explosive season finale to 2020
Bizzare events in Armenia and Azerbaijan are too much to talk about, both countries spread a lot of ridicilious things about each other since the war broke out in the late 80s. (And they used to be friendly nations) The international law is seemingly on Azerbaijan's side, and that self-proclaimed Armenian state is considered somewhat of a Russian-backed puppet state similar to South Ossetia and Abkhazia. But then again, Azerbaijan is also ruled by authoritarian regyme which has used this war to stay in power for decades. And Turkey, a country that officially denies Armenian Genocide, benefited from this conflict. They built strong ties with Azerbaijan as an ally in Caucasus and also attempted to use Khojaly Massacre (the most bloody massacre of the war, committed by Armenian forces against Azeri civilians) to show armenians as some kind of hypocrites in the situation.
Christian Armenia getting their weapons from Islamic Republic of Iran, and a majority-Muslim Azerbaijan getting support from Israel (many Azeris, in fact, consider Israel as somewhat of an "ally" these days) says a lot about the weird and unpredictable politics of the region. Not to mention, Georgia is another ally to Azerbaijan and they keep backing each other on several occasions and develop strong economical ties as well. Meanwhile, Greece (and Cyprus) - another country with historical problems with Turkey - has showed support for Armenia, as expected.
Hopefully this will be resolved between Armenia and Azerbaijan in peace before other players interfere and using this conflict for their own benefits.