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Nagorno-Karabakh: Russian peacekeepers and EMERCOM control distribution of humanitarian aid03:23

Nagorno-Karabakh: Russian peacekeepers and EMERCOM control distribution of humanitarian aid

Territorio disputado, Multiple locations
26 November, 2020 a las 20:12 GMT +00:00 · Publicado

Russian peacekeepers alongside employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) continued monitoring the process of providing humanitarian aid to the affected areas in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. Footage filmed in Stepanakert on Thursday shows locals queuing for food supplies.

"Five more checkpoints [for distributing humanitarian aid] will be opened in the city, and Russian peacekeepers have said that they will also help us with the distribution. The main question now is whether we will be able to get the supplies without any troubles," said Mayor of Stepanakert David Sargsyan.

According to EMERCOM, on November 25th, the second convoy with humanitarian aid arrived in Stepanakert with water and construction materials.

Following weeks of hostilities, Armenia and Azerbaijan signed a Russian-brokered deal to end fighting over the Nagorno-Karabakh region on November 9.

Under the terms of the deal, 1,960 Russian peacekeepers will be deployed in the disputed region to monitor the ceasefire.

The agreement also sees Azerbaijan obtaining control of the territory taken in the most recent fighting, and Armenia relinquishing control of further areas held since the 1990s.

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Russian peacekeepers alongside employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) continued monitoring the process of providing humanitarian aid to the affected areas in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. Footage filmed in Stepanakert on Thursday shows locals queuing for food supplies.

"Five more checkpoints [for distributing humanitarian aid] will be opened in the city, and Russian peacekeepers have said that they will also help us with the distribution. The main question now is whether we will be able to get the supplies without any troubles," said Mayor of Stepanakert David Sargsyan.

According to EMERCOM, on November 25th, the second convoy with humanitarian aid arrived in Stepanakert with water and construction materials.

Following weeks of hostilities, Armenia and Azerbaijan signed a Russian-brokered deal to end fighting over the Nagorno-Karabakh region on November 9.

Under the terms of the deal, 1,960 Russian peacekeepers will be deployed in the disputed region to monitor the ceasefire.

The agreement also sees Azerbaijan obtaining control of the territory taken in the most recent fighting, and Armenia relinquishing control of further areas held since the 1990s.