Armenia, Azerbaijan Agree to Develop War-Ravaged Nagorno-Karabakh

Lavern Vogel

The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to function with each other to develop Nagorno-Karabakh next many years of conflict, but unsuccessful to solve numerous issues that could stymie the achievement of a Kremlin-brokered peace deal in the South Caucasus. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who facilitated talks in Moscow on […]

The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to function with each other to develop Nagorno-Karabakh next many years of conflict, but unsuccessful to solve numerous issues that could stymie the achievement of a Kremlin-brokered peace deal in the South Caucasus.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, who facilitated talks in Moscow on Monday amongst Azeri President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, stated the peace deal that came into power on Nov. ten had been correctly carried out and the leaders had occur to the summary that “the terms of this arrangement are generally respected.”

The parties agreed to take “concrete steps to develop economic ties and develop infrastructure jobs,” the Russian chief stated, incorporating that a performing group composed of professionals from the 3 nations would devise “specific strategies for the progress of transport infrastructure and the region’s financial state,” he stated.

The 6-7 days conflict killed an believed five,000 men and women and compelled additional than 100,000 ethnic Armenians to flee their households, according to support teams. Monday’s discussions ended up the initially in-human being talks amongst Messrs. Aliyev and Pashinyan since combating culminated with the Azeri army frustrating Armenian forces and reclaiming handle about swaths of Nagorno-Karabakh and encompassing parts they dropped to Armenia 3 many years ago.

Mr. Putin stated Monday that additional than 1,100 acres of land had been cleared of mines, community men and women ended up staying presented with health care guidance and about 800 tons of construction material and 1.five million tons of humanitarian cargo had been sent to the conflict zone.

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