BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 P.M.) – The Elysee Palace in the French capital, Paris, announced that the two parties to the conflict in the Karabakh region may sign a truce today or tomorrow that puts an end to the fighting that has lasted since September 27th.

The AFP quoted the French presidential palace as saying, “The two parties to the conflict are heading towards a truce on Friday or Saturday.”

This statement comes just hours after both Baku and Yerevan agreed to attend a peace conference in Moscow that will be mediated by the Russian government.

Intense clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in the Karabakh region on September 27th, prompting both sides to mass mobilize their forces and impose a state of war.


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Stern Daler
Stern Daler
2020-10-09 21:56
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For peace – the EU must recognise the Artsakh Republic. This gives protection. p.s. I do not see why Wilson’s 14 points, that are about the self determination of the people, do not apply to the Armenians in the autonomous Nagorno-Karabakh Oblast that is the named Artsakh Republic since 2017. Autonomous regions (Russian Автономная область, Awtonomnaja oblast ‘, abbreviated AO) offered smaller peoples limited cultural autonomy within the Union Republics of the USSR. In theory, the autonomous regions were states. After the declaration of independence of the two Soviet republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan from the Soviet Union, the administration of the… Read more »