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20 years pass since declaration of ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia

20 years have passed since ceasefire was declared between Azerbaijan and Armenia.


Bishkek protocol signed between the sides on May 8, 1994, came into force on May 12 and active military operations on the line of the contact were temporarily stopped.


Russia offered Azerbaijan and Armenia to sign ceasefire agreement on May 4, 1994. Russia presented the draft agreement on ceasefire at the meeting of CIS Interparliamentary Assembly in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, but Armenia-Azerbaijan talks did not produce results. The main divergence was that along with Azerbaijan and Armenia, Armenian community of Nagorno Karabakh was regarded as an equal side.

Armenians continue violating ceasefire

Armenian armed units fired on the Azerbaijani Army positions in unnamed uplands of Gedebey from the positions located in nameless hills of the Krasnoselsk region of the Republic of Armenia yesterday and on the night of May 10.

Armenians violates the ceasefire

Armenian armed units fired on the positions of Azerbaijan in the Gizilhajili village of Gazakh region from their positions near the Berkaber village of Ijevanregion of the Armenian Republic on the night of May 5-6.