On the evening of the 12th local time, Russian Defense Ministry spokesperson Konashinkov told the outside world that the Russian peacekeeping force had entered Stepanakert, the capital of the Naka region.
Konashenkov said that at present, the Russian peacekeepers have begun to perform the task of monitoring the ceasefire. The Russian army has deployed ten observation points along the lines of contact between the two parties in the conflict in the Nakka area and the Lachin Corridor.
four observation points have been set up in the southern defense zone, and six observation points have been set up along the Lachin Corridor and highways in the region. Konashinkov said that the current Naka contact line has achieved a ceasefire across the board.
The Russian peacekeeping force took a military plane to the Nagorno-Karabakh (Naka) area on the 10th, with the task of supervising the ceasefire in Azerbaijan and Armenia.
The Russian side will transport 1,960 peacekeepers, 90 armored personnel carriers, 380 vehicles and some special equipment to the Naka area.
On the 9th of this month, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijani President Aliyev, and Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan signed a joint statement declaring 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 Russian peacekeepers will be stationed in Naqqa to supervise the ceasefire.