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Russian delegation to visit Armenia to discuss withdrawal of peacekeepers from Azerbaijans Karabakh

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Russian delegation to visit Armenia to discuss withdrawal of peacekeepers from Azerbaijans Karabakh

Published October 06,2023


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Russia on Friday stated a Defense Ministry delegation will go to Armenia to debate the withdrawal of its peacekeepers from Azerbaijan‘s Karabakh area.

“A delegation of the Russian Defense Ministry will visit Yerevan today. At the meeting with the Armenian side, the specific timing of the withdrawal of the Russian peacekeeping contingent from Nagorno-Karabakh will be discussed,” Russian state news company TASS stated citing a diplomatic supply.

The Russian peacekeeping contingent in Karabakh is deployed within the area on the premise of a cease-fire settlement signed by the leaders of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia on Nov. 9, 2020.

The forces have been deployed for 5 years, with an automated extension for an additional five-year interval if not one of the events objected.

Russia on Thursday stated it began pulling out peacekeepers from Karabakh, with President Vladimir Putin saying the forces have been solely mandated to watch the compliance of the cease-fire.

Baku had raised the query of presence of the peacekeeping models after Armenia’s recognition of Karabakh as Azerbaijani territory this summer time, he added.

Source: www.anews.com.tr

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