Own report: The war over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region eventually led to a peace treaty. The deal came after about six weeks of fighting. The agreement includes Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, however, described the agreement as “very painful” for him and the people of his country. Although there have been several ceasefires since the fighting began in September, all have failed. Today, the peace agreement came into force on Tuesday.
Under the new agreement, Nagorno-Karabakh will remain in the hands of Azerbaijan. Armenia is expected to move out of the area in the next few weeks. In an online televised speech, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russian peacekeepers would patrol the frontline. It is learned that Turkey will also take part in the peace process.
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