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Armenia – Azerbaijan: Caucasus, Karabakh, where do they stand?

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“Thanks” to the Kremlin’s mediation, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached a ceasefire earlier this month, ending a six-week war over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh). Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov warned that all attempts to revoke or reconsider any points of the agreement were doomed to fail“Everyone [involved] has admitted that the [Karabakh truce] signed on November 9 by the heads of Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan is the only available way to resolve the situation,” he said while visiting Yerevan and Baku last week. The truce is at the heart of continuing unrest in Yerevan. The organizers of the protests…

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