Azerbaijan-Armenian Conflict: Both Azerbaijan and Armenia are constantly targeting each other’s military bases. Azerbaijan has bombed Karabakh, Armenia. In which three soldiers were martyred. Azerbaijan has also claimed possession of several areas of Karabakh. Russia’s peacekeeping force is already present in this area. In such a situation, the tension can increase further.
The battle over Nagorno-Karabakh broke out
There is a fight over Nagorno-Karabakh in the Muslim country Azerbaijan and the Christian country Armenia, which broke away from the Soviet Union. According to Azerbaijan, Armenia first attacked, after which its army took action.
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Why are there tensions in Azerbaijan and Armenia?
There is always a dispute over land between two countries. Similarly, the root of the dispute between Azerbaijan-Armenia is the mountainous region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan claims this area as its part. Although it has been occupied by Armenia since 1994. Both the countries have fought two battles so far to capture the disputed area. The territory of Armenia that Azerbaijan has invaded. Russia’s 2000 peacekeeping forces are stationed in that area. Russia accuses Azerbaijan of violating ceasefire.
The matter was raised many times before
The tension between the two countries is already going on. The issue of conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh has been raised in the US many times before. In the year 1993, the United Nations Security Council also passed four resolutions regarding the ongoing dispute between the two countries. However, none of them could be implemented. Efforts have been made to negotiate between the two countries at many levels.
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