On November 19, the deputy commander-in-chief of the Russian peacekeeping forces in the Naka region, Alexei Polyukhović, told the media that the ceasefire mechanism in the Naka region was fully complied with
And the peacekeeping forces performed their duties normally, and the local situation was very stable.
Earlier, the leaders of Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan issued a joint statement on ceasefire in the Naka region.
From 6 o’clock on November 10, Moscow time, Russia began to deploy peacekeeping forces in the Naka region.
At present, nearly 2,000 soldiers, 90 armored transport vehicles, and 380 vehicles and special equipment are performing tasks in the region.