Ceasefire halts military aggression by the Republic of Azerbaijan in Qarabagh

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Ceasefire halts military aggression by the Republic of Azerbaijan in Qarabagh

Ceasefire in the military aggression of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Karabakh

Following the agreement of Armenian forces to disarm, the Republic of Azerbaijan has halted its military operations in the Karabakh region.

Twenty-four hours after the start of the Azerbaijani army’s attack on Karabakh, it is now reported that Armenian forces have agreed to a ceasefire under Russian conditions.

One of the key demands accepted by the Karabakh forces is a proposal for complete disarmament.

Approximately 120,000 Armenians live in this region located in the South Caucasus, which is internationally recognized as part of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Three years ago, the Republic of Azerbaijan reclaimed areas in Karabakh and its surroundings, and on Wednesday, they demanded the complete surrender of Armenian forces in this area.


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