Armenia and Azerbaijan are ready for talks

Armenia and Azerbaijan are ready for talks
Web Desk 9 October 2020

Armenia and Azerbaijan are ready for talks

 

Moscow: Muslim-majority Azerbaijan and the Christian-majority country of Armenia are ready for talks after two weeks of fierce fighting.

According to details, Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed to participate in the talks in the Russian capital Moscow. Foreign media say that Russian President Vladimir Putin had invited the foreign ministers of the two countries for talks.

The foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan will arrive in Moscow for the talks, given the tensions between the two countries over the disputed region of Karabakh for the past two weeks.

It may be recalled that two days ago in Islamabad, the Deputy Head of Missions of Azerbaijan, Samir Gliyev, had said that Armenia had started the first war, after which we retaliated. So far, 31 civilians have been martyred and hundreds injured in Armenian aggression In the last 10 days, we have conquered 26 areas, including 1 city.

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He said in a press conference that Armenia has started arming and sending terrorists from abroad to the front, while Azerbaijan is only defending its integrity.

“On October 5, Armenia hit the territory of Azerbaijan with Sumrch and Tochka missiles. We are still targeting the checkpoints of the Armenian shelling forces,” said Colonel Mehman Nowruz, the military attache.

Colonel Mehman Nowruz said that Armenia was spreading misleading news after seeing its defeat, spreading rumors of Pakistan and Turkey’s involvement in the war and claiming that 30,000 troops are at war with Azerbaijan. It was said that the Turkish Air Force was also involved in the war.

He said in a press conference that Armenia has started arming and sending terrorists from abroad to the front, while Azerbaijan is only defending its integrity.

“On October 5, Armenia hit the territory of Azerbaijan with Sumrch and Tochka missiles. We are still targeting the checkpoints of the Armenian shelling forces,” said Colonel Mehman Nowruz, the military attache.

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