Armenia denies Azerbaijan’s ceasefire accusations

Armenia denies Azerbaijan’s ceasefire accusations

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia has again denied Azerbaijan’s accusations of violating the ceasefire on the border.

“The statement of the Ministry of Defence of Azerbaijan alleging that on April 13th, at around 08:30 am, the units of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia opened fire toward Azerbaijani combat positions located in the northeastern part of the border, does not correspond to reality,” the Armenian Defense Ministry said in a statement.

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