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Pakistan called Azerbaijan Armenia ceasefire a positive development

Pakistan called Azerbaijan-Armenia ceasefire a positive development

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has termed the ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia as a positive development.

According to details, the Foreign Office spokesman said in a statement that Pakistan has called the ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia a positive development.

The spokesman said the two sides agreed on humanitarian measures that would be respected, but lasting peace between the two countries depended on the effective implementation of UN resolutions.

The spokesman added that the implementation of UN resolutions is the complete withdrawal of Armenian forces from Azerbaijan, Pakistan will stand by Azerbaijan in this matter.

It should be noted that two days ago, after Russia’s efforts, the Muslim-majority Azerbaijan and the Christian-majority country Armenia were ready for talks after two weeks of fierce clashes. Russian President Vladimir Putin invited the foreign ministers of the two countries for talks. Was

Yesterday, the Russian Foreign Minister had said that a ceasefire has been agreed between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh, the two countries will implement the ceasefire agreement from today (yesterday).

Negotiations on a ceasefire agreement between the two countries took place in the Russian capital, Russia’s foreign minister said, adding that talks were under way between the two countries to resolve the dispute.

It should be noted that three days ago in Islamabad, the Deputy Head of Missions of Azerbaijan Samir Galiyev had said that Armenia started the first war after which we retaliated. He said in a press conference that Armenia has started sending armed terrorists to the front, while Azerbaijan is only defending its integrity.

Two days ago, Azerbaijan took control of more areas of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region and hoisted its national flag there.

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