Yerevan/Baku: – There are indications that the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which was stopped with Russian mediation, is likely to start again. An incident of the Azerbaijan military intruding into the Armenian border has been reported. Nikol Pashinyan, the Prime Minister of Armenia, warned that the tension has increased on the border. But Azerbaijan has dismissed the claims saying that the military is carrying out the process of fixing the border.
Last year, in September, a fierce war had broken out between the central Asian countries Armenia and Azerbaijan. Turkey had jumped into the war, which was for control over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. At the same time, Russia, a traditional supporter of Armenia, backed out from assisting Armenia. Azerbaijan succeeded in defeating Armenia with Turkish support. After 44 days, Armenia was forced to give up control over a vast territory in the ceasefire reached with Russian intervention.