Hope Armenia-Azerbaijan Pact Defuse Stress, Lead To Regional Peace: India
For representation: Smoke increases after shelling by Azerbaijan’s weapons during a military conflict in Stepanakert, the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh, on October 9,2020 (AP Photo)
Armenia and Azerbaijan announced an arrangement on Tuesday to stop contesting the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan under a pact signed with Russia that calls for implementation of nearly 2,000 Russian peacekeepers and territorial concessions.
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India on Thursday welcomed the Russia-brokered contract between Armenia and Azerbaijan to halt contesting the Nagorno-Karabakh location, while hoping that the pact will defuse instant stress and result in peace and security in the area. Armenia and Azerbaijan revealed a contract on Tuesday to halt combating over the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan under a pact signed with Russia that calls for deployment of almost 2,000 Russian peacekeepers and territorial concessions.
Asked about the agreement at an online rundown, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava stated India has actually always promoted resolution of the dispute in the Nagorno-Karabakh region in between Armenia and Azerbaijan in harmony through diplomatic negotiations. “We hope that the newest agreement of November 10 helped with by Russia will defuse immediate tensions and lead to peace and security in the area,” he said. India invites the efforts of celebrations worried in this regard, Srivastava added.
To a concern on connectivity with Bangladesh, he said the air bubble arrangement began on October 28 and has been working well. India’s air bubble arrangement with Bangladesh is anticipated to alleviate the movement of individuals on the 2 sides and will particularly help those who need medical attention, the MEA spokesperson stated. “Coming on to land connection, you would understand limited motion is occurring and full motion will resume when the COVID-19 circumstance is attended to,” he said.
About rail connectivity, Srivastava stated both sides have taken steps to strengthen trade via the rail path and this remained in view of the reality that border trade dealt with disruption due to COVID-19 “We have actually taken active steps to strengthen rail connectivity,” he said. To another concern on when Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla is likely to visit Nepal, Srivastava said before foreign secretary’s official visits, a statement is made and it will be done when any such check out takes place.
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