Paris, France – French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian announced that representatives of the United States and France will meet today in Geneva, Switzerland. The second meeting will take place in the Russian capital Moscow on Monday.
Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov is leaving for Geneva today. For now, it is unclear whether Armenia will participate in Geneva.
During the Nagorno-Karabakh War, which entered its twelfth day, Armenia officially announced that 320 soldiers had died so far, while Azerbaijan said that 30 civilians had died.
As the worst clashes and heavy casualties were recorded since the 1991-1994 war, Azerbaijan announced that the Armenian army held Terter, Aghdam and Goranboy under artillery fire during the night.
According to the official statement, there are civilians who were killed and injured in artillery attacks. An armed drone belonging to Armenia was shot down by air defense systems in the Agstafa region, the Defense Ministry said in a statement.
In Jabrail district, which the Azerbaijani army liberated from occupation, army troops posed with flags in their hands.
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, wearing a military uniform, held a meeting with his staff at the Ministry of Defense.
In Terter, on the border, pictures of gunfire battering Armenian positions were served.
Images of the Armenian army leaving a convoy and fleeing on almost every front were published in local media.
Dozens of military and armored vehicles were seen in the footage, while the point at which the convoy was abandoned was not specified.
The Armenian administration has not yet made an official statement about the lost convoy, and an announcement is expected later in the day.
The vehicles that the Armenian army abandoned and fled are the largest convoy captured by the Azerbaijani army to date in the war that has been going on since September 27.
After the war, Armenians who demonstrated in many places from Chile to Greece, Argentina to Poland, Southern Cyprus to the United States of Los Angeles descended on the streets in Brussels, the capital of Belgium and the European Union, on Wednesday.
Carrying disgusting banners targeting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Azerbaijani leader Ilham Aliyev, the group then clashed with police and revealed its true face.
Police pepper spray and water cannons were used to terrorize the group in the streets of Brussels, while demonstrators chanted slogans against Turkey and Azerbaijan. In the group with Armenian flags in their hands, some demonstrators had camouflage hats on their heads, and many banners read ‘get to know Nagorno-Karabakh’. Armenia does not already recognize Nagorno-Karabakh, which was established on the occupied territories.
Sunday (September 27th) clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh began in the morning with Armenia violating the ceasefire. Armenia has occupied the region for more than half a century.
Nagorno-Karabakh (Upper Karabakh), which covers an area of 4,400 square kilometers in the South Caucasus, has been waiting for a solution for many years as the biggest problem between Azerbaijan and Armenia.