Azerbaijan and Armenia agree on new ceasefire agreement

BAKU (Online) Once again, Azerbaijan and Armenia have agreed to a new ceasefire agreement. The deal signed between the two countries would minimize the on-going tension in Nagorno-Karabakh, according to a foreign news agency. The ceasefire agreement, which will take effect at 1 pm, was ratified by the two countries. At the request of the United States , France and Russia, this agreement was reached.

Despite the recent agreement, clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh continue, according to a foreign news agency. Yesterday, a missile attack in Azerbaijan killed 10 people and wounded more than 40 people. Azerbaijan blames the missile assault on Armenia, but denies responsibility for the attack on Armenia. It should be remembered that last week, Azerbaijan and Armenia agreed to a ceasefire. Azerbaijan and Armenia held 10 hours of talks on a ceasefire.