Fierce war between Azerbaijan and Armenia

Relations between the former Soviet republics have been tense for decades. In the shadow of the war in Ukraine, the war has started again.

Clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan erupted into deadly violence on the border between the two countries on Tuesday. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron overnight, according to his government.

Pashinyan spoke of an Azerbaijani attack that would require an international response. So he and Putin agreed to stay in touch.

The Armenian Defense Ministry said Azerbaijani troops attacked Armenian positions in three places with artillery and large-caliber weapons. There are dead and wounded.

In Baku, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry again claimed that a larger sabotage attempt by Armenians had triggered the war. “Full responsibility for the situation lies with the military-political leadership of Armenia,” it said.


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