November 15th. The Armenian National Security Agency stated on the 14th local time that it prevented an assassination of Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pashinyan and a group of former officials trying to seize power.
According to Reuters, the Armenian National Security Agency stated in a statement that the former head of the National Security Agency, Artur Vanetsyan, Republican parliament Vahram Baghdasaryan, and war volunteer Minashye were arrested. “The suspect plans to illegally usurp power by murdering the prime minister. Several candidates for prime minister have already been drawn up.”
Since the 10th, thousands of demonstrators have held protests. Under the pressure of opposition, Passinyan still decided to sign a ceasefire agreement with Azerbaijan. Pashinyan said that in order to prevent further loss of territory, he has no choice but to sign a ceasefire agreement, and he will bear personal responsibility for the adverse consequences of this decision.
On November 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijani President Aliyev, and Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan signed a joint statement announcing a complete ceasefire in the Naka region from the 10th.
The statement stipulates that the Azerbaijani and Armenian forces will stay in their respective positions, and the Russian peacekeeping forces will be stationed in Naqqa to monitor the ceasefire. According to the agreement, 2,000 members of the Russian peacekeeping force will be sent to the area.