Details of the joint agreement signed between Azerbaijan and Armenia to establish a ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh region began to emerge. According to the articles of the agreement, which signifies Azerbaijan’s victory in Karabakh, the Armenian army must leave the occupied Lachin region by 1 December.
CORRIDOR BETWEEN ARMENIA AND HANKENDI
According to reports from the FVO, after the Armenian forces leave this region, Russian peacekeepers will be deployed to the region. In the Lachin region there is the main corridor connecting Karabakh and Armenia.
The parties will build a new road that does not pass through Shusha on the Lachin corridor connecting Khankendi and Armenia in 3 years. Azerbaijan, on the other hand, will ensure the movement and safety of citizens, vehicles and freight vehicles in both directions in the Lachin corridor.
Map of Azerbaijan. (Current)
CORRIDOR BETWEEN AZERBAIJAN-NAHCHIVAN
One of the most striking items of the agreement is the creation of a new corridor connecting Azerbaijan and Nakhchivan. A new communication corridor will be established between the regions in West Azerbaijan and the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan in order to organize the movement of Armenia, its citizens, vehicles and freight vehicles in two directions.
UNINTERRUPTED ACCESS BETWEEN AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY
The security and communication of this corridor will be ensured by the institutions of the Russian border security service. If the parties reach an agreement, new roads will be built between the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic and the western regions of Azerbaijan.
A view from Nakhchivan.
Through this corridor an uninterrupted land link between Turkey and Azerbaijan will be provided by Azerbaijan to Nakhichevan.
IMAGE SHARED BY THE CHURCH OF SHUSA
The Karabakh War, which Azerbaijan started by saying stop 30 years of occupation, ended with Azerbaijan’s victory on its 42nd day. Azerbaijan, which saved the critical city Shusha from occupation before the agreement, shared new images of the Kazancı church in the city. It has been claimed that the church in the image in question is the place of worship where Araik Harutyunyan, the so-called leader of Nagorno-Karabakh, prayed.