Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan stated that the prime minister’s residence was ransacked at night, and computers and watches were stolen.
According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, Pashinyan wrote on Facebook: “Computers, watches, perfumes, driving licenses and other items in the prime minister’s residence were stolen.”
On the night of November 9, the Armenian capital Yerevan was dissatisfied with a ceasefire statement. During the protest, several government buildings were damaged.
According to reports, the leaders of Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan passed a joint statement on a ceasefire in the Naka region. According to a statement announced by the Russian President, starting from November 10, a complete ceasefire in the Naka region will stop Azerbaijan and Armenia in their respective positions and exchange prisoners of war.
The Naka region will also deploy Russian peacekeepers. The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the Russian peacekeeping force in the Naka region includes 1960 soldiers, 90 armored transport vehicles, and 380 equipment.
The Prime Minister of Armenia Pashinyan announced on his Facebook account that day that he had signed an armistice statement with Azerbaijan and Russia. Pashinyan stated that he had made a decision “after an in-depth analysis of the military situation”: “I have signed a declaration to stop fighting in the Naka region with the presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia.”
He said that the content of the declaration allowed him and The Armenian people feel very sad, but this is a decision that must be made.