Russian President Vladimir Putin exchanged views with the permanent members of the security Council on the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. The meeting passed in a videoconference mode. This was reported on the Kremlin website.
“Expressed grave concern over the ongoing escalation, accentuated the urgent need for the parties to the cease-fire and willingness to engage in a mediation activity,” the report States.
July 12 clashes broke out on state border between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Tovuz district. According to Yerevan, the Azerbaijani military first tried to cross the border and then opened fire on Armenian Outpost. In Baku, in turn, said that Armenia has begun shelling of positions of Azerbaijan. UN chief Antonio Guterres urged Armenia and Azerbaijan for an immediate cessation of hostilities on the border. The statement was published by the official representative Guterres Stefan Dujarric. The statement stressed that the Secretary-General “urges all parties involved to take steps to de-escalate the situation” and “refrain from provocative rhetoric”.
Stories about how you tried to get help from the Russian state in terms of coronaries and what came of it, email it to COVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org