Russia said that after fighting broke out along the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan, a truce was achieved.
Russia arranged a cease-fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan after violence broke out this week. Fighting might rekindle a decades-old war.
In line with the trilateral statements issued by Russia’s president, Azerbaijan’s president, and Armenia’s president on November 9, 2020, January 11, and November 26, 2021,
Russia’s foreign ministry urged “the parties” to stop from further escalation, show moderation, and rigorously follow the truce.
Open and fruitful channels of communication between Baku and Yerevan. Armenia has asked Russia for help in peace negotiations.
And the Russian government has reacted by stating that they expect the ceasefire to go into effect at nine in the morning. On the 13th of September, Moscow time
Following their phone conversation on Tuesday morning, Nikol Pashinyan and Vladimir Putin issued the following statement.
Even though they reported that the ceasefire had already been violated, the ceasefire was covered by the Azerbaijani media as well.
On Tuesday, the Armenian Ministry of Defense issued a statement stating that Azerbaijani soldiers had launched artillery into border towns in Armenia.
The Armenian Defense Ministry claims large-caliber weapons and UAVs were used in a recent attack on Goris, Sotk, and Jermuk (UAVs).