Latest Updates: Uncertainty Surrounds Next 72 Hours in Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Azerbaijani Measures

Azerbaijan has taken multiple steps as part of their military operation in Nagorno-Karabakh. The Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense has established humanitarian corridors and reception points for the evacuation of civilians, and the country has restricted access to TikTok, the popular social media platform.

Armenian Response

Armenia has termed the war as an “internal Azerbaijani issue,” a statement that could have significant implications for international involvement. The de facto president of Karabakh has vowed to resist until the end, highlighting the region’s determination to withstand Azerbaijani military efforts.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has called an emergency meeting of the country’s Security Council to discuss the situation in Karabakh. This shows the gravity of the situation and could signal a change in Armenia’s strategy.

Armenian authorities have labeled Azerbaijan’s military activities in Nagorno-Karabakh as “wide-scale aggression.” They are also calling upon the UN Security Council and Russian peacekeepers to take measures to halt the military actions.

International Reactions

Maria Zakharova, from the Russian Foreign Ministry, has said that a statement will be issued based on contacts with Azerbaijan and other actors about the situation’s results. France has also chimed in, stating that it’s unclear whether Armenia will face an invasion, marking the next 72 hours as crucial for the conflict.

Turkish Involvement

The Turkish Defense Ministry has expressed its support for Azerbaijan in the ongoing conflict. This move aligns with Turkey’s historical stance and could potentially involve further military or diplomatic support for Azerbaijan.

Iran’s Stance

In a significant development, Iran has put its troops in its Eastern Azerbaijan province on alert. This move signifies Iran’s growing concern about the instability near its borders and could herald a more active role in the conflict.

Russia’s Reaction

The Russian Foreign Ministry has stated that it expects the safety of its peacekeepers in the region to be “unconditionally ensured” by all parties involved. This statement indicates Russia’s careful balance in maintaining peace while avoiding direct confrontation.For more real-time updates and in-depth analysis, keep following

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