В Совбезе Армении сообщили, что Ереван и Баку договорились о перемирииThe Armenian Security Council reported that Yerevan and Baku have agreed on a truce
Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan
They hope that Azerbaijan will comply with the agreement
Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan said that the state has reached an agreement on a truce with Azerbaijan. However, there is no document for the parties to sign yet.
"With the involvement of the international community, it was possible to reach an agreement on a ceasefire," Grigoryan said (quoted by RIA Novosti).
It is noted that the agreement came into force from 20:00 on September 14. The Secretary of the Security Council expressed hope that Baku will comply with it.
However, the protests are still ongoing. In Yerevan, protesters from the podium read out the names and surnames of deputies who, in their opinion, should sign the impeachment of Prime Minister Pashinyan.
Earlier, Readovka wrote that the Russian Embassy in Yerevan recommends citizens not to visit border territories. Protests against the escalation of the conflict continue in both countries that the Russian Embassy in Yerevan recommends citizens not to visit border territories.