The Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense indicated that a telephone conversation between Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar and his Azerbaijani counterpart Zakir Gasanov was held.
The press office of the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense issued a statement in which Gasnov informed his Turkish counterpart about the clash, which occurred as a result of a large-scale provocation from the Armenian side on the borders of the Azerbaijani-Armenian state in the directions of Dasheksan, Kalbgar and Lachin.
Bodour said, “Turkey is as it has always been and is still on Azerbaijan’s side today.”
The two sides widely exchanged views on the current situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.
Azerbaijani media also reported that Baku and Yerevan had reached a ceasefire formula, after armed clashes took place at night between the two sides.
The Azerbaijani Agency, citing private sources, said that Azerbaijan and Armenia had agreed to a ceasefire in the border areas.
The sources added, “After the response measures taken by the Azerbaijani armed forces, the two sides agreed to a ceasefire from 9:15 a.m., Baku time.”
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Armenian Ministry of Defense announced the deaths and injuries of its forces, as a result of the armed conflict that took place in the middle of the border with Azerbaijan.