Yerevan, Armenia – Armenia, which has suffered significant land losses in recent days in Nagorno-Karabakh, which it occupies, made the statement “We are ready to negotiate the ceasefire” in response to the call of Russia, the USA and France.

Responding to the joint ceasefire statement of the OSCE trio, the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “We welcome the call made by the leaders of the three countries. While continuing to respond to the attacks, we are ready to accept the mediation offer of the OSCE trio and discuss the terms of the current ceasefire on the basis of the ceasefire agreement signed in 1994 ”. Thus, Armenia also demanded that the balances that had changed in the last 6 days on the front be restored.

Shortly after the First Armenian Foreign Spokesperson Anna Nagdaly a new statement that “pre-planned by Azerbaijan and Turkey wide while we were under attack is not possible to talk about the Nagorno-Karabakh peace talks. Our current priority is that the attacker accepts the ceasefire. You know that the ceasefire agreement made in 1994-1995 is indefinite. The ceasefire should be provided according to the articles of this agreement. “The only international ground for the talks is not the UNSC, but the OSCE Minsk Group.” Pashinyan yesterday evening telephone call to Russian President Vladimir Putin for the fourth time complained of Turkey, sought support from Russia. In the statement made by the Armenian government Pashinyan, claimed that Turkey’s moves in destabilizing the region.

Armenian prime minister: if Turkey succeeds!
As the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia continued, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received unthinkable words about Turkey. “If Turkey succeeds in these things, wait for them in Vienna,” said Pashinyan, who claimed that Turkey has goals to spread to Europe.

Clashes that began after Armenia attacked Azerbaijan the 7th day entered. The Armenian army has suffered heavy blows in the clashes, while statements continue to come from the countries in a row.

“Wait for them in Vienna”
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, speaking to France24 television, made unthinkable statements about Turkey. “Armenia is the last obstacle to Turkey’s expansion to the North and East,” Pashinyan said, citing Turkey’s operations against terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq and the tension it has with Greece in the Eastern Mediterranean. Pashinyan, who is trying to give European countries advice against Turkey, said: “Turkey has a goal of creating a Turkish Empire. Don’t be surprised if this policy succeeds here. Don’t be surprised if they try to spread across the continent of Europe, not just the Greek islands. If Turkey succeeds, wait for them in Vienna,” he said.