A temporary ceasefire has been established between Armenia and Azerbaijan, though it remains unclear how long the agreement will last. According to reports, the temporary truce came after 10 hours of brokering by Russia.
NATO Secretary General Yens Stoltenberg has called for a peaceful, negotiated solution to the ongoing military conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. On Wednesday, Stoltenberg reiterated there is no military solution to the fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenia’s prime minister recently addressed the conflict with Azerbaijan by saying the scale of the attacks is unprecedented. On Saturday, Nikol Pashinyan warned the Azerbaijani army was being helped by around 150 Turkish special forces members and Syrian terrorists.
A Turkish warplane reportedly attacked Armenian forces this week amid an ongoing escalation of its military conflict with Azerbaijan. On Tuesday, Armenia’s Ministry of Defense stated its military jet was attacked by a Turkish plane that took off from an airbase in the Azeri territory.