ArmInfo.The killing of an Armenian serviceman on the contact line between the Artsakh-Azerbaijani troops and the enemy's bullet immediately after the Sargsyan-Aliyev meeting is further proof that Baku does not respect and does not intend to observe international agreements reached with its participation. Vice Speaker of the Armenian Parliament Eduard Sharmazanov stated this in a conversation with journalists.
It is noteworthy that Sharmazanov noted that Baku resorted to another provocation immediately after the meeting of the Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan, thus cynically demonstrating that he practically does not care about international opinion and all sorts of agreements.
"By its actions, Azerbaijan once again showed that it is not ready for a constructive dialogue." After using the next provocation immediately after the meeting of the presidents, Azerbaijan shot not only against the Armenian side, but also the international community and the Minsk mediators. "I hope that now the international community will give a direct and a concrete assessment of Baku's actions, "Sharmazanov said.
To note, immediately after the Geneva meeting, the sides and co-chairs issued a statement, saying, in particular, that an agreement was reached on the implementation of measures to reduce escalation in the conflict zone and prevent new provocations.
And already on the eve of Baku, he resorted to a new provocation. In Artsakh, as a result of a shot from the Azerbaijani side, a serviceman, Tigran Khachatryan, born in 1998, died.
ArmInfo. On October 19, around 15:50 Yerevan time, military man Tigran Khachatryan (born in 1998) received a deadly gunshot wounding on the military defensive position of one of the military units of the Artsakh Republic Defense Army stationed in the north-east direction, around 15:50 in Yerevan time. As reported in the press service of the NKR, to investigate the details of the incident, an investigation is being conducted. "The Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Artsakh shares the heavy bitterness of loss and expresses its support to family members, relatives and colleagues of the deceased serviceman," the ministry said.