Asia’s two arch-rival countries Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed to a ceasefire after at least 10-day in a deadly war that killed more than 370 people and hundreds other injured. This unprecedented development came after both sides held ten hours of long talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow on 9 October.
The peace talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan were held in Moscow after Russian President Vladimir Putin interfered and invited Foreign Ministers of both countries.
According to reports, international humanitarian organizations Red Cross would take part in the affected areas of both sides for
The fierce clash broke out between Armenia and Azerbaijan last month on 27 September over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh province.
The conflict region lies in Shiite Muslim majority country Azerbaijan but is controlled by Armenian ethnic backed Armenian government since the end of the separatist war in 1994 that killed more than 30,000 people.
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