After Russia’s mediation Armenia and Azerbaijan once again declare ceasefire, After Russia’s mediation Armenia and Azerbaijan once again declare ceasefire

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Yerevan Both Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on a new humanitarian ceasefire starting at midnight (2000 GMT) in the Nagorno-Karbakh region. It was announced by the Foreign Ministries of both countries by issuing a statement on Saturday evening.

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The news agency Xinhua said this is the second ceasefire on which both sides have agreed. Earlier on 9 October, the first agreement on the ceasefire was reached on 10 October after lengthy negotiations in Moscow.

Conflicts have been going on since 1988 in Armenia and Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karbakh region. For this peace talks have been going on since 1994, but there are still minor skirmishes here.

Armenia-Azerbaijan

The new agreement was announced by the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan after a phone conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Lavrov appealed to both countries to abide by the Moscow agreement. The Nagorno-Karabakh region comes under the territory of Azerbaijan, but has been controlled by Armenia-backed Armenian ethnic groups since 1994.

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The conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenian forces began on September 27 over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, in which hundreds of people have been killed. This is the first battle between the two countries on such a large scale in nearly 25 years.

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