His Armenians Nagorno Karabakh announced today that they are negotiating with Azerbaijan withdrawal of troops them from Nagorno-Karabakh, a region populated mainly by Armenians and where Azerbaijani forces had just won a quick victory. “Negotiations are underway with the Azeri side under the auspices of Russian peacekeepers to organize the withdrawal of troops and ensure the return to their homes of civilians displaced by the military offensive,” regional authorities said. The parties also discuss “the entry and exit process” of Nagorno-Karabakh citizens through a unique route, of the Lachine Corridorwhich connects it to Armenia, they added.
Nagorno-Karabakh Armenian and Azeri officials had yesterday, on Azeri soil and with Russian mediation, a first round of talks aimed at “reintegrating” the enclave into Azerbaijan. They also agreed to meet again soon. The Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh pledged to lay down their arms in the framework of ceasefire agreement which put an end to the very short attack launched at the beginning of the week by the Azeri army, as reported by APE-MPE.
Civilians in Nagorno-Karabakh – estimated to number 120,000 – say they have no electricity, gas, fuel, communications, or food. The situation in Stepanakert, the ‘capital’, ‘it is terrible’, ‘his troops Azerbaijan they are everywhere around the city, they are in the periphery,” said Armin Khairapetian, a representative of the authorities of this breakaway region from Azerbaijan, today. “People are afraid that Azeri soldiers may enter the city at any time and start the massacreshe added.
Source: News Beast
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