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Política Internacional / 28/05/2021

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Tension escalates again after Azerbaijan captures six Armenian soldiers

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Tension escalates again after Azerbaijan captures six Armenian soldiers


The Azeri government accuses Armenian soldiers of trying to undermine the army's supply routes; Yerevan denies

The fragile truce between Armenia and Azerbaijan is on the line after Azeri forces captured six Armenian soldiers earlier in the week. On Thursday (27), the Azerbaijani government accused agents the rival country of trying to cross the border into the Kelbajar region.

"Armenian soldiers tried to undermine supply routes that led to the positions of the Azerbaijani army," said the statement to which the Qatari agency Al-Jazeera had access. "They were surrounded, neutralized and taken prisoner."

The prison is the latest chapter in the escalation of the conflict after the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh in November. Neighboring countries were surprised again after Armenia sent troops to the border region in early May.

Tension over Nagorno-Karabakh escalates again after Azerbaijan captures six Armenian soldiers

The Armenian government, which faces strong popular rejection after backing down in clashes at the end of last year, said the soldiers were carrying out "engineering work" in the eastern region of Gegharkunik, which is on the border of Azerbaijani territory. "We have already taken the necessary steps to return captured soldiers," the government said in a statement.

In a separate comment, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called for international observers to be sent to the border. "The atmosphere is tense," he told Russian agency Tass. "I appeal to the international community and also to Azerbaijan's leadership."

On Thursday, Pashinyan announced that he would ask the UN Security Council (UN) for help to reconcile the issue.

The conflict

The Armenian population disagrees with the Russian-brokered peace agreement to end the armed conflict, which lasted 44 days in late 2020 and left hundreds dead in the disputed region. The agreement sought to end more than 30 years of conflict.

Armenia decided to give in to ceasefire negotiations when it was trapped by Azeri forces in the regional capital, Stepanakert.

The international community recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh as Azerbaijani territory with an Armenian majority, but Armenian forces have occupied cities in the territory since the early 1990s, guided by the ethnic relationship that unites the regions.


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