Al-Ekhbariya websites reported, citing the media center of the unrecognized Republic of Karabakh, that residents of two villages located in the region have been evacuated and have already arrived in the territory of the Republic of Armenia.
According to site data, residents of the Yaghtsakhukh region in Karabakh were evacuated during the recent hostilities, and expressed their desire to move to their relatives in Armenia.
It is noteworthy that they arrived, accompanied by Russian peacekeeping forces, in Armenian Kurdzor.
On September 19, there was another periodic escalation of the situation in Karabakh. Baku announced the start of “local anti-terrorism measures” and demanded the withdrawal of Armenian military personnel from the region.
For its part, Yerevan confirmed that there are no Armenian armed forces in Karabakh and described what is happening as a “large-scale aggression.”
At the same time, Russia called on the parties to the conflict to stop the bloodshed and return to a diplomatic settlement. On September 20, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense announced that an agreement had been reached with the participation of the Russian peacekeeping contingent on the suspension of anti-terrorism measures in Karabakh.