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The Azerbaijani army entered the Kelbajar region



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The Azerbaijani army entered the Kelbajar region

The Azerbaijani army entered the Kelbajar region

Azerbaijan’s army entered the Kalbajar region left by the Armenian military, according to the website of the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense. RIA Novosti, 25.11.2020

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MOSCOW November 25 – RIA Novosti. The Azerbaijani army entered the Kalbajar region left by the Armenian military, according to the website of the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan. To ensure the progress of units in this direction, engineering work was carried out, demining was carried out and difficult mountain roads were prepared along the troops’ road. Earlier, Assistant President of Azerbaijan Hikmet Hajiyev Baku said he had given Yerevan another ten days to withdraw the armed forces and civilians from the Kelbajar region. The transfer of the Azerbaijan region was scheduled for November 25. Difficulties were associated with the fact that only one road with limited traffic capacity leads from the Kalbajar region to Armenia and bad weather also interfered. The Kalbajar region is administratively part of Azerbaijan, according to the 1989 All-Union Census, 99.5% of the population were ethnic Azerbaijanis. In April 1993, as a result of hostilities, the region came under the control of the self-proclaimed Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, its territory being part of the Shahumyan and Martakert regions of the NKR. The leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia Vladimir Putin, Ilham Aliyev and Nikol Pashinyan on November 10 signed a joint statement on the end of hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh, which began in late September. Under the agreement, Armenia and Azerbaijan will remain at their occupied positions, then a number of regions, including Kelbajar, will pass under Baku’s control. In accordance with the agreement, Russian peacekeepers will be sent to Karabakh. They will check the contact line, as well as the Lachin and Nakhichevan corridors. In addition, a Russian-Turkish monitoring center has been set up in Azerbaijan, whose task is to monitor compliance with the ceasefire. In Baku, the agreement was called Yerevan surrender. President Ilham Aliyev stressed that the document is most beneficial to Azerbaijan: now, according to him, the military stage is over and it is possible to move on to political issues. Karabakh was going to get lost.

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MOSCOW November 25 – RIA Novosti. The Azerbaijani army entered the Kalbajar region left by the Armenian military, according to the website of the Ministry of Defense Azerbaijan.
“According to a tripartite statement signed by the Presidents of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Russian Federation and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia, the units of the Azerbaijani army entered the Kalbajar region on November 25,” the statement said.

To ensure the advancement of sub-units in this direction, engineering work was carried out, demining was carried out and difficult mountain roads were prepared along the road for troops.

Earlier, Azerbaijan’s presidential assistant Hikmet Hajiyev said Baku gave Yerevan another ten days to withdraw the armed forces and civilians from the Kalbajar region. The transfer of the Azerbaijan region was scheduled for November 25. Difficulties were associated with the fact that only one road with limited capacity leads from the Kalbajar region to Armenia and bad weather also disturbed.

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The Kalbajar region is administratively part of Azerbaijan, according to the 1989 All-Union Census, 99.5% of the population were ethnic Azerbaijanis. In April 1993, as a result of hostilities, the region came under the control of the self-proclaimed Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, its territory being part of the Shahumyan and Martakert regions of the NKR.

On November 10, the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia, Vladimir Putin, Ilham Aliyev and Nikol Pashinyan, signed a joint declaration on the complete cessation of hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh, which began in late September. Under the agreement, Armenia and Azerbaijan will remain at their occupied positions, with a number of regions, including Kelbajar, coming under Baku’s control.

According to the agreement, Russian peacekeepers are stationed in Karabakh. They will check the contact line, as well as the Lachin and Nakhichevan corridors. In addition, a Russian-Turkish monitoring center has been set up in Azerbaijan, whose task is to monitor compliance with the ceasefire.

In Baku, the agreement was called Yerevan surrender. President Ilham Aliyev stressed that the document is most beneficial to Azerbaijan: now, according to him, the military stage is over and it is possible to move on to political issues.

As Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan noted, the decision on peace was given to him harshly, but it enabled him to save what Karabakh would have lost.

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