Armenian Prime Minister: if necessary, Russia can send troops to guarantee the security of Asian countries

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 Armenian Prime Minister: if necessary, Russia can send troops to guarantee the security of Asian countries


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On the same day, Russian satellite news agency quoted Russian Foreign Ministry sources as saying that Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov had a telephone conversation with Armenian foreign minister mnachakanyan on Sunday to discuss the situation in the conflict zone of Naka. Both sides pointed out the need for a cease-fire as soon as possible.

The Russian Ministry of foreign affairs pointed out that the issue of finding a solution to the Naka conflict has been mainly discussed.

The Russian Foreign Ministry stressed, Russia is worried about the rise in civilian casualties. Both sides raised the need for a cease-fire as soon as possible. At the same time, it also reiterated its readiness to assist both sides of the conflict to return the Naka conflict process to the track of political and diplomatic mediation under the leadership of the co chairpersons of the OSCE Minsk group in accordance with the statement issued by the leaders of Russia, the United States and France. .

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }On September 27, another conflict broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia. According to the Ministry of defense of Azerbaijan, Armenian armed forces fired artillery at settlements near the Naka contact line. The Armenian Ministry of Defense said that the Naka area was shelled and missile attacks, and Azerbaijan launched an attack on Naka. Subsequently, Armenian martial law and military mobilization were declared. On the other hand, the president of Azerbaijan approved martial law and curfews in several cities and announced some military mobilization. On October 1, the heads of state of Russia, the United States and France, CO chairpersons of the Minsk group of the European security organization, called for a cease-fire between the two sides of the Naka conflict and to start negotiations unconditionally. The leaders of the three countries also condemned the escalation of the conflict and expressed sympathy to the injured and the families of the dead. Source: observer.com editor in charge: Yao Wenguang_ NN1682

On 27 September, another conflict broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia. According to the Ministry of defense of Azerbaijan, Armenian armed forces fired artillery at settlements near the Naka contact line. The Armenian Ministry of Defense said that the Naka area was shelled and missile attacks, and Azerbaijan launched an attack on Naka.

Subsequently, Armenian martial law and military mobilization were declared. On the other hand, the president of Azerbaijan approved martial law and curfews in several cities and announced some military mobilization.

On October 1, the heads of state of Russia, the United States and France, CO chairpersons of the Minsk group of the European security organization, called for a cease-fire between the two sides of the Naka conflict and to start negotiations unconditionally. The leaders of the three countries also condemned the escalation of the conflict and expressed sympathy to the injured and the families of the dead.