About this reports Public Television of Armenia.
There is no document or agreement being prepared for signing with Baku, he noted.
“Thanks to the involvement of the international community, it was possible to reach an agreement on a truce from 20:00 (19:00 Kyiv time) on September 14. We hope that Azerbaijan will adhere to this agreement,” Hryhoryan stressed.
In turn, Azerbaijan has not yet confirmed such statements.
And the press secretary of the Ministry of Defense of Armenia, Aram Torosyan, reported that on September 14, from 20:00 local time, fire practically stopped in all directions, no significant incidents were recorded.
- Around midnight on the night of September 13, Azerbaijan began shelling the territory of Armenia. The sides accuse each other of starting hostilities and report casualties and injuries.
- The leaders of Armenia appealed to the Russian Federation, the CSTO and the UN to resolve the conflict with Azerbaijan.
- The US State Department called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to immediately stop hostilities, and France convened the UN Security Council. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine also called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to resolve the conflict politically and diplomatically.
- However, the CSTO countries did not defend Armenia in the conflict with Azerbaijan – they only expressed sympathy and created a “working group”.
- On September 14, Armenia and Azerbaijan again accused each other of violating the ceasefire. Subsequently, the Ministry of Defense of Armenia announced the second shelling of Russian FSB vehicles from Azerbaijan. Baku denied.
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