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Live Updates: Karabakh Ceasefire Takes Effect Under Armenia-Azerbaijan Deal

Large-scale hostilities in Azerbaijan’s Armenian-dominated breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh erupted on 27 September when both parties accused each other of violating the ceasefire.

Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed during talks in Moscow to keep the formats of talks on Nagorno-Karabakh unchanged, a joint statement of the foreign ministers of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan adopted on Saturday said.

The fighting on the line-of-contact in Karabakh began on 27 September. Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of unleashing hostilities, Karabakh has reported the artillery shelling of peaceful settlements of the unrecognized republic, including its capital, Stepanakert. Armenia has declared martial law and — for the first time — general mobilisation, claiming that Ankara is actively supporting Baku. Partial mobilisation was introduced in Azerbaijan.

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