‘Cannons silent, people not dying’: Kremlin extol key victory of Karabakh peace deal | All Round View

‘Cannons silent, people not dying’: Kremlin extol key victory of Karabakh peace deal

All Round View (Peshawar): The main achievement of the armistice in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh is the fact that “cannons are silent”, according to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. “We need to ask military experts,” he said when asked how the Kremlin assesses the first week of the Nagorno-Karabakh peace. “However, we first need to focus on the fact that cannons are silent. This is the main achievement. People are not dying. This is the most important thing there can be.”

Simultaneously, Peskov declined to comment on the US State Department’s statement, underlining that Washington and Paris are expecting details on Turkey’s role in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. “Naturally, we would not want to comment on the associated relations between the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs with Turkey in any way. We have our own associated ties which we value,” Peskov pointed out. “If our Minsk Group co-chairing partners need explanations, there is no doubt that these explanations will be provided. Even more, so that we maintain regular contacts on Nagorno-Karabakh affairs through diplomatic agencies,” he added.

The Kremlin spokesman highlighted the main thing for Russia now is to be interested in how to conserve the recently established peace in the disputed region and secure the return of all displaces persons as well as refugees and monitor the preservation of the peace.

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