Armenia-Azerbaijan: US made 'ceasefire', accuses of war to each other


The US also announced a ceasefire a day after Russia over the ongoing war of Armenia and Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh region for the last 29 days, but the two have again accused each other of breaking it. The conflict between the two countries does not appear to be halting immediately after the announcement of a ceasefire by US President Trump and Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo.

Both Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused each other of violating the ceasefire in the northeast of Karabakh. Armenia's Defense Ministry spokeswoman Shushan Stephanayan said the Azerbaijan army has fired cannon-bombed shells in the disputed area in complete violation of humanitarian ceasefire with US help. On the other hand, Azerbaijan has also accused Armenia of shelling in the Lachin district.

Azerbaijan said that the Armenian army is breaking the ceasefire and that on October 26, it has also opened fire on cities and villages. More than 5,000 people have been killed in this war in the last few days. Let us tell you that the UN chief Antonio Guterres has also welcomed this ceasefire from the American efforts after 29 days.

Military solution not supported: Russia

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned the gestures, including Turkey, and other foreign forces, to stop promoting military solutions to the problem. He said that this is not an intelligence matter. A diplomatic solution to this crisis is possible and both countries are our friends, we do not support the idea of ​​a military solution.