By Usman Khan Aurakzai

After the peaceful Moscow-backed agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan. 
Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended a military parade in Baku that saluted Azerbaijan's victory in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, that claimed more than 5,000 lives.On display were the Turkish drones that helped Baku's forces.

Turkey provided critical diplomatic and military backing to Azerbaijan in the conflict. 

During his visit, Erdogan discussed with Azeri officials steps to further improve the strategic relations and the cooperation between the two countries. On this special day Defense Minister Hulusi Akar was accompanied Erdoğan on his visit.
If we recall the 2011 report of the International Crisis Group (ICG) wrote that if a war broke out between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Turkey raised being “dragged in” to the conflict,because of Public pressure and for the larger interest of foreign policy.

The Middle East has long been a battleground for major powers in accordance with its significant geostrategic landscape and potential energy resources following possession of five mammoth seas – the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.
The region proudly owns 52.5% of the total crude oil reserves of the world as well as 44.6% of total natural gas reserves.
The Middle East is home to multiple ethnic groups and is frequently entangled in various conflicts and crises which is not only vitiating the stable atmosphere but also promoting outside powers to rush into this conflict-prone region and achieve their nefarious designs under the garb of volatility and instability.
The United States, China and Russia are playing an active role in the region. The only purpose of the United States is to maintain its dominance in the region by using all kinds of force, including military force.

Of course, China relies heavily on energy resources. China's main interest in the Middle East is only to meet its energy needs, but non-stop tensions in East Asia have allowed Chinese policymakers to build ports and adopt cheap and sustainable two-Silk Road economic belts and maritime Silk Roads. What has forced mega initiatives? Trade routes through Central Asia and the Middle East

Now coming to the current scenario of Region that's the threatening environment between Ankara and Cairo. The most important factor that has affected Egypt and Turkey’s bilateral relations as two independent states is the distribution of power that took place during the Cold War era. Turkey and Egypt’s regional policies and bilateral relations are also inevitably linked to this situation. 
And behind all the myths and masks,now some Questions are raiseing in the Geostrategists that:
who will control and responsible for the Maritime Security? 
Who will dominate in regional politics?
What actually wants Ankara from influence in different spires of region?

Political writer  - Pakistan