U.N. hopes Armenia, Azerbaijan ceasefire holds The United Nations welcomed on Thursday a ceasefire announced between Armenia and Azerbaijan after two days of violence linked to a decades-old dispute between the former Soviet states over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Understanding the Fight Between Armenia and Azerbaijan
The hostilities that flared again last week reflect decades of animosity over a mountain region, but the consequences could be far wider. Here’s a guide.
Turkey's Erdogan believes Azerbaijan-Armenia could reach lasting peace
Turkey believes a comprehensive peace is possible between Armenia and Azerbaijan, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday after the two countries resumed fighting again this month.
Blinken hosts Armenian, Azeri foreign ministers, urges return to peace talks
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan in New York on Monday, marking the first direct talks between the two sides since deadly border clashes this month, the State Department said.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Armenia after Azerbaijan border clashes
She is the highest-ranking US official to travel to Armenia since the tiny impoverished nation’s 1991 independence from the Soviet Union.
Ceasefire Holds on Armenia-Azerbaijan Border After Deadly Clashes - The Moscow Times
Baku and Yerevan had traded accusations of initiating the violence which saw 105 Armenian troops and 50 Azerbaijani servicemen killed.