Tbilisi, October 26 The latest agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia to implement a humanitarian ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh (Naka) region came into effect on the 26th, but the conflict in the Naka region has not yet occurred. After calming down, the Ayas and the two sides continued to accuse each other of breaking the ceasefire and launching an offensive.
The Azerbaijan News Agency quoted Azerbaijan’s Ministry of National Defense on the 26th as saying that Armenian forces opened fire on the Tauz, Tatar, and Qadabar areas in Azerbaijan on the morning of the 26th.
The Armenian News Agency quoted a statement made by the spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense of Asia, Stepanyan, on the 26th, saying that the Afghan military launched shelling on the northeast and southeast directions of the Naka region shortly after the new round of ceasefire agreement took effect.
On the 25th, the two countries reached the latest agreement on a humanitarian ceasefire in the Naka area in Washington, the capital of the United States. Both sides agreed to implement a new round of humanitarian ceasefire from 8 am local time on the 26th.
This is the third ceasefire agreement reached by the two sides since the current round of conflict broke out.
The two countries reached a ceasefire agreement on October 10 and October 17. However, after the ceasefire agreement came into effect, both sides accused the other of breaking the ceasefire and launching attacks.
On September 27, the two countries began to clashed again in the Naka area. In the past few days, the conflict caused casualties, including civilians.
The Naka region is located in southwestern Azerbaijan, and its residents are mostly Armenians. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, war broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the ownership of the Naka region.
In 1994, the two sides reached an agreement on a comprehensive ceasefire, but the two countries have been in a state of hostility over the Naqqa issue, and armed conflicts have occurred from time to time.