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Is there a risk of new disputes in the demarcation of the Asia-Arab border? Armenia seeks Russian help

Is there a risk of new disputes in the demarcation of the Asia-Arab border? Armenia seeks Russian help

Chinanews.com, December 9 According to a report by Russian satellite network on the 9th, Armenian President Sargsyan wrote to Russian President Putin to request his support for the demarcation of Armenia’s border with Azerbaijan.

The Armenian Presidential Information Office reportedly quoted the letter as saying, “The President of Armenia has pointed out that unfortunately, there is still a potential danger of a new dispute between the two sides on the demarcation of the border.”

In his letter, Sargsyan once again thanked Putin for his efforts to end the bloody conflict in the karabakh region and reach a ceasefire, saying that it “helps avoid new victims and new tragedies.”

On September 27, 2020, a new round of conflict broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the karabakh region. On November 9, the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a statement declaring a complete ceasefire in the karabakh region from 00:00 Moscow time on the 10th.

According to the statement, Azerbaijan and Armenia will exchange the remains of prisoners of war, other detainees and victims, and Russia will deploy peacekeepers in the karabakh region.

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