Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on a humanitarian truce that will come into effect at 00:00 this Sunday, local time, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia.
“This decision was made after the statement of October 5 by the presidents of France, Russia and the United States representing the co-chair countries of the OSCE Minsk Group and in line with the Moscow Declaration of October 10, 2020, “the Ministry reported.
On October 10, both parties reached an agreement for a humanitarian ceasefire that would stop the outbreak of violence that began on September 27, but both Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused each other of failing to comply with the agreement.
He failure of this ceasefire also mediated by Russia it increased the fear of an escalation of war among the Stepanakert inhabitants, already used to the roar of the alarm sirens of the antiaircraft defense.
The “humanitarian ceasefire” declared in Moscow was not only not complied with from its first minute, but military actions, far from diminishing, have increased considerably in intensity, especially in the north and south of Nagorno Karabakh.