Saudi Arabia urges Armenia and Azerbaijan to cease fire

Saudi Arabia urges Armenia and Azerbaijan to cease fire
Saudi Arabia urges Armenia and Azerbaijan to cease fire
Today, Monday, Saudi Arabia expressed its grave concern over developments in the situation between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and urged the two parties to cease fire and resolve the conflict by peaceful means.

The Saudi News Agency (SPA) said, “The Kingdom’s government is following with great concern and interest the developments of the situation between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and urges the two parties to cease fire and resolve the conflict by peaceful means in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions.”

On Sunday, the situation in the Caucasus region deteriorated, threatening the outbreak of a regional war, with clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the disputed Karabakh region.

Clashes erupted between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the Nagorno Karabakh region, which is located inside Azerbaijan but is run by ethnic Armenians, raising concerns about instability in the South Caucasus, which is a corridor for pipelines that transport oil and gas to world markets.

Turkey entered the crisis line by stoking fire between the two countries, as it directed sharp criticism to Armenia after clashes between the two countries’ forces.

The clashes are the worst since 2016, causing human and material losses on both sides, due to calls for national mobilization.

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