A ceasefire agreement has been signed after Azerbaijan bombs Armenians in Artsakh.
Artsakh President Samuel Sharamanyan assembled former presidents to a security council meeting, and, with Russian peacekeeper mediation, Azerbaijan and Artsakh, known to most of the world as Nagorno-Karabakh, agreed to three main points in their agreement.
Those included the obvious ceasefire, a disbanding of Artsakh Defense Army and any other military operations, and that the local populations will fall under the framework of Azerbaijan’s constitution. Meetings will progress in the coming days.
Armenia PM Nikol Pashinyan was not at the negotiations, and in a Facebook Live address, says the security of Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh is in the hands of Russian peacekeepers.
Shelling as already be reported to have continued in increments, and it is unclear yet concerning what will be of Artsakh in the coming weeks.