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Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of breaking cease-fire | News | DW


The defense ministries of both Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of violating a recent cease-fire on Friday.

Fighting between the neighboring countries, located between Turkey and Russia in the Caucasus, in early September left almost 200 soldiers dead.

Yerevan and Baku both said that the other had fired on their own military positions along the shared border.

A cease-fire to end the hostilities — the deadliest since a conflict in 2020 over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region — was brokered by Russia, a military ally of Armenia.

What did the two sides say?

Armenia’s Ministry of Defense wrote on Twitter that in the early hours of Friday, Azerbaijani forces “again violated the ceasefire, by opening fire from various caliber firearms.”

“The fire was suppressed by…



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