There is no such thing as a imminent menace towards civilians in Karabakh, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian mentioned Thursday.
“In the present day my evaluation is that there isn’t a direct menace to Nagorno-Karabakh’s civilian inhabitants,” Pashinian mentioned in a televised deal with.
He famous that Yerevan was prepared to just accept 40,000 refugees if obligatory.
“Items of the Nagorno-Karabakh Defence Military stay within the locations the place they had been on the time the truce was signed. The identical applies to the Azerbaijani Armed Forces,” Pashinian was quoted as saying in a video deal with.
Pashinian additionally accused Russian peacekeepers of failing to avert the Azerbaijani operation.
“If the peacekeepers managed to barter a cease-fire, then why did not they handle to barter an settlement to stop the assault on Nagorno-Karabakh?” he requested in a nationally televised deal with. “We had been warning of it: why did not they fulfill their peacekeeping features?”
In the meantime, negotiations had been underway within the Azerbaijani metropolis of Yevlakh to formalize Baku’s victory.
Azerbaijan emerged victorious after launching an operation to clear terrorists in Karabakh on Tuesday.
Armenians, outnumbered, agreed to a cease-fire on Wednesday.