Baku, Azerbaijan – A humanitarian ceasefire agreed by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov and Armenian Foreign Minister Zograb Mnatsakanyan has entered into force.

A temporary humanitarian ceasefire agreed by Azerbaijan and Armenia entered into force at 00: 00 local time.

The October 1 declaration of the heads of State of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group Co-Chair countries of the United States, Russia and France and the October 5 declaration of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs and in accordance with the October 10 Moscow Declaration, the interim ceasefire resolution was adopted as of 00: 00 local time.

Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a humanitarian ‘ceasefire’ at the talks in Moscow, which provided for the exchange of funerals and prisoners in Nagorno-Karabakh, effective from October 10 at 12.00.

Azerbaijan and Armenia agreed to a temporary ceasefire for humanitarian purposes starting at 00: 00 local time on 18 October. A temporary humanitarian ceasefire agreed by Azerbaijan and Armenia has entered into force. On the other hand, a statement by the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said that the Armenian army once again violated the agreement to a large extent.

The October October October 1 declaration of the heads of State of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group Co-Chair countries of the United States, Russia and France and the October 5 declaration of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs and in accordance with the October 10 Moscow Declaration, the interim ceasefire resolution was adopted as of 00: 00 local time.

In a phone call between Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov today, the issue was raised, Bayramov informed Cavusoglu that a humanitarian ceasefire would be held in the region at the behest of President Ilham Aliyev before the ceasefire began.

Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a humanitarian “ceasefire” at the talks in Moscow, which provided for the exchange of funerals and prisoners in Nagorno-Karabakh, effective from October 10 at 12: 00.

10 people were killed and 35 injured when the Armenian army attacked the Azerbaijani city of Ganja with missiles 24 hours after the ceasefire.

On October 15, 4 people were killed and 4 wounded in an attack on civilians who were going to the cemetery for the burial ceremony in the city of Terter.

Armenia carried out another missile attack on Ganja today, killing 13 civilians and injuring more than 50.

The American press ignored Armenia’s missile attacks on Azerbaijan, which killed civilians. The media, described as the “mainstream press” in the United States, did not make headlines about the deaths of many civilians, including children, in Armenia’s ballistic missile attack on Ganja last night.

Media outlets such as the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and CNN did not feature any news about the attack on their home pages or on the pages of the world.

Meanwhile, the AP, one of the country’s major news agencies, declined to directly blame Armenia for the attack. Azerbaijan has accused Armenia of shooting down its second-largest city Ganja with a ballistic missile. Before the statements of the Azerbaijani side, the Armenian Defense Ministry denied the attacks.Azerbaijan and Armenia accuse each other of ceasefire violations and bombing.