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Turkish-Russian Joint Observation Center detects 258 cease-fire violations by Armenia in Karabakh


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Published September 22,2023


The Turkish-Russian Joint Observation Center detected 258 cease-fire violations by Armenia in Karabakh since January 2021.

Established to observe and observe the cease-fire in Karabakh, the Turkish-Russian Joint Observation Center has continued its actions since Jan. 30, 2021.

The heart has been working with the regulation signed between Türkiye and Russia after the second Karabakh War, which resulted within the victory of Azerbaijan.

The heart, which is working to determine peace and stability within the area, identifies violations utilizing its personal reconnaissance and surveillance gear, together with drones, and displays violation studies from either side.

Violations detected by the Azerbaijan-Turkish Joint Center Command are additionally reported.

On Tuesday, two individuals have been killed when a truck belonging to an Azerbaijani authorities establishment hit a mine on the Ahmadbayli-Fuzuli-Shusha freeway within the Jabrayil area. Four cops who responded to the scene have been additionally killed when one other mine struck their car.

Later, Azerbaijan stated it had launched “counter-terrorism” measures in Karabakh to uphold provisions outlined in a trilateral peace settlement with Russia and Armenia to finish the 2020 battle.

On Wednesday morning, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry stated beneath the settlement achieved with the command of the Russian peacekeeping contingent it determined to halt the counter-terrorism actions.

Relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia have been tense since 1991, when the Armenian navy occupied Nagorno-Karabakh, a territory internationally acknowledged as a part of Azerbaijan, and 7 adjoining areas.

Source: www.anews.com.tr

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