15 February 2022 11:40 (UTC+04:00)
By Vugar Khalilov
Armenia’s armed items have shelled the Azerbaijani military’s positions in Kalbajar and Tovuz areas, the Defence Ministry reported on February 15.
In a press release posted on its web site, the ministry mentioned: “On February 14, ranging from 1845, the Armenian armed forces items from the positions in Zarkend settlement of Basarkechar area, with no cause, utilizing small arms periodically subjected to fireside the Azerbaijan military positions within the course of the Barmagbina settlement of Kalbajar area.”
Moreover, at about 0140 on February 15, the Azerbaijani navy positions situated in Tovuz area’s Aghbulag settlement got here beneath fireplace from the Armenian positions in Tovuzgala area’s Chinarli settlement, the ministry added.
The Azerbaijani military items took satisfactory retaliatory measures to suppress the other aspect.
The Armenian armed forces shelled Azerbaijan’s navy positions in Kalbajar course on February 10-11.
The trilateral ceasefire deal signed by the Azerbaijani, Russian and Armenian leaders on November 10, 2020, ended the three-decade battle over Azerbaijan’s Karabakh area which together with the seven adjoining areas got here beneath the occupation of Armenian armed forces within the conflict within the early Nineties.
On January 11, 2021, the Azerbaijani, Russian and Armenian leaders signed the second assertion for the reason that finish of the 44-day conflict. The newly-signed assertion was set to implement clause 9 of the November 2020 assertion associated to the unblocking of all financial and transport communications within the area.
On November 26, 2021, the Azerbaijani, Russian and Armenian leaders signed a press release and agreed on various points, together with the demarcation and delimitation of the Azerbaijani-Armenian border by late 2021, some factors associated to humanitarian points and the difficulty of unblocking of transport corridors which applies to the railway and to vehicle communications.
On December 14, 2021, throughout the Brussels assembly, organized between Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders on the initiative of European Council President Charles Michel, the perimeters reaffirmed their dedication to the situations agreed within the Sochi assembly.
Either side agreed to ascertain a brief working group on the delimitation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.
The problem of demining the liberated territories of Azerbaijan was additionally introduced up on the agenda, and the European Union’s readiness to supply technical help to Azerbaijan on this regard was underlined on the assembly.