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12. 10. 2020. 00:00   >>  11:09 0

NAGORNO-KARABAKH

The ceasefire agreement is not respected

A day-old cease-fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan has come under strain as both sides have accused the other of violations, as the EU’s top diplomat expressed "extreme concern."

Azerbaijan on October 11 accused Armenia of shelling a residential district in Ganja, Azerbaijan’s second-largest city, in the early morning hours. The Azerbaijani Prosecutor-General's Office said nine people had been killed and 34 wounded in the attack.

Armenia's Defense Ministry called the claim "an absolute lie" and accused Azerbaijan of shelling parts of Nagorno-Karabakh, including the breakaway region's largest city, Stepanakert.

Baku also accused Armenia of attempting an unsuccessful rocket or drone attack on the hydroelectric station at Mingechevir.

The latest fighting is the biggest escalation in the conflict since the shaky 1994 cease-fire. The violence has increased concern that a wider conflict could drag in regional power Turkey, which is Azerbaijan's closest ally, and Russia, which has a defense pact with Armenia.

According to the cease-fire agreement, relaunched peace talks are to be mediated by the co-chairs of the OSCE's Minsk Group.

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