Azerbaijan and Armenia fight, casualties again as tensions grow September 28 at 5:42 a.m.
Tensions are lying again on the 27th between Azerbaijan and Armenia, the former Soviet Union, which has been in dispute over territorial issues, as fighting and casualties occur. Concerns are growing that Russia and the EU-European Union are calling on both sides to control themses.
Azerbaijan and Armenia, the former Soviet Union, are fighting over the attribution of Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Region, which has many Armenian residents in Azerbaijani territory, and the conflict continues after a ceasefire agreement was reached in 1994.
According to the Russian news agency, there was a battle between the two sides around Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Prefecture on the 27th, and there were casualties, including residents.
While Azerbaijan’s President Aliyev said “the Armenian side has begun shelling our military facilities and other facilities,” Armenian Prime Minister Pasignan said, “The Azerbaijani side has carried out a major provocation. This is a declaration of war against us.”
In response to rising tensions between the two countries, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov held telephone talks with the foreign ministers of the two countries and called for talks between the two sides to begin talks to stabilize the situation, and the EU-European Union is also concerned that the situation will worsen, with senior eu-European union representatives calling for an immediate ceasefire.