Russia expedited a truce on Tuesday that made sure about regional advances for Azerbaijan around the ethnic Armenian district.
Russia requests Azerbaijan to take care of Christian hallowed places in Nagorno-Karabakh
MOSCOW: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin told his Azeri partner Ilham Aliyev on Saturday to deal with Christian holy places in parts of Nagorno-Karabakh that Azerbaijan gets under the current week’s truce understanding, the Kremlin said.
Russia expedited a truce on Tuesday that made sure about regional advances for Azerbaijan around the ethnic Armenian area, where Azeri troops have been engaging ethnic Armenian powers in the course of recent weeks.
Putin told Aliyev there were Christian houses of worship and religious communities in territories of the territory, universally perceived as a feature of Azerbaijan however populated by ethnic Armenians, that Azerbaijan acquires under the truce bargain.
“In this regard, he (Putin) underscored the significance of making sure about wellbeing and typical church life of these sanctums,” the Kremlin said.
Aliyev said that was how Azerbaijan will act, as indicated by the Kremlin.
The principal religion in Azerbaijan is Islam.
Putin, Aliyev, and Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan additionally talked about “functional perspectives” of the truce, the Kremlin said. It was not satisfactory if Putin had a call with Aliyev and, at that point another call with Aliyev and Pashinyan, or on the off chance that he talked independently with the Armenian chief.
Under the arrangement, 2,000 Russian peacekeeping soldiers are being conveyed to the locale.
Since the mid-1990s, ethnic Armenians had held military command over all of Nagorno-Karabakh and considerable areas of the Azeri region encompassing it. They have now lost a significant part of the area itself just as the encompassing region
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