Ceasefire does not mean ‘peace’ – Azerbaijani official

  10 October 2020    Read: 291
  Ceasefire does not mean ‘peace’ – Azerbaijani official

Armenia continues its military provocations despite the declaration of ceasefire agreed in Moscow, said Hikmet Hajiyev, Assistant to the President of Azerbaijan, Head of Foreign Policy Affairs Department of the Presidential Administration.

All this once again demonstrates Armenia’s duplicity, Hajiyev said at a briefing on Saturday, AzVision.az reports.

The presidential aide noted that the Azerbaijani Armed Forces continue to adequately respond to Armenia’s provocations.

“The international community has once again witnessed Armenia’s two-faced policy,” he said.

Hajiyev stressed that the ceasefire does not mean peace.

“A ceasefire can be one of the tools to advance the peace process. The current statement adopted in Moscow envisages the declaration of a ceasefire on humanitarian grounds,” he added.

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