Emmanuel Macron, Vladimir Putin, and also Donald Trump condemned the escalation of violence and said the two sides must resume negotiations for a peace settlement in Nagorno-Karabakh.
As per an announcement issued from the Kremlin on Thursday, the three leaders said that they”mourn the victims and express our condolences to the families of the killed and hurt.”
They added that they had been representing the OSCE Minsk Group, a selection of nations that came together in 1992 to obtain a way to solve the battle.
The announcement was issued following the French president held independent telephone calls with Putin and Trump.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, whose state has provided strong support to Azerbaijan, has disregarded the OSCE Minsk Group’s initiative.
Laurence Broers, by the Russia and Eurasia program in the Chatham House think-tank, stated Turkey’s participation in the escalation was a significant cause of the present flare-up being among the very protracted seen because both sides agreed to a truce in 1994.
He advised Euronews: “When we return towards the past important escalation in April 2016, in evening, Russia had brokered a ceasefire.
“I think there’s reduced convening power, decreased brokering electricity for the Kremlin, he continued, adding that Azerbaijan had”fewer incentives to agree to a ceasefire.”
Skirmishes broke out between Azerbaijani and Armenia forces in the mountains on Sunday and heaps of people are killed in this latest flare-up of violence.
Both former Soviet countries fought a damn war within the mountainous area from the early 1990s, however, there were sporadic incidents of violence as a 1994 truce since the dispute remains open.