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Russia urged Azerbaijan and Armenia, as the supreme court of the United Nations, to resume efforts to normalize relations on Wednesday ordered Baku to end its so-called siege in Karabakh region.

“The Russians side Constantly contributes to normalization of Armenian-Azerbaijani relations. Russian Ministry of Defense and the Russian peacekeeping contingent, in Close cooperation with Ministry of Foreign Affairs, making unremitting efforts to resolve “The situation around the Lachin corridor,” Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, told AFP. news conspiracy.

“we call on Our partners in Baku and Yerevan resume rhythmic joint work like soon like possible in all of Regions of normalization of bilateral relations.”

Karabakh is internationally recognized as part of of Azerbaijan has been under Armenian occupation since 1991. In 2020, Azerbaijan regained its lands in And about the pocket yet second The war that ended in Russian-mediated haltfire. Since then, talks have continued to normalize relations between Baku and Yerevan.

Azerbaijani environmental activists have been holding protests since 12 December on Lachin Pass, the only road through Azerbaijan that connects Armenia with Karabakh and where the Russian peacekeepers are located on Protect.

Yerevan says The protesters are government-backed, but Baku denies blocking the road.

But the International Court of Justice ordered an end to the blockade.

Azerbaijan should, waiting final decision in This case… take all the measures at its disposal to ensure Unhindered movement of Persons vehicles and merchandise along the Lachin Pass in Either way, Chief Justice Joan Donoghue said Wednesday.

“Turbulence on The Lachine Pass hampered the transfer of Persons of Armenian national and ethnicity,” she said, in Hand over the verdict down at the courthouse in The Hague.

Evidence presented during a court session last The month showed that there are barriers to import into Nagorno-Karabakh of essential commodities,” causing shortages of said a judge[دونوغو]Food, medicine and other life saving medical equipment.

Therefore, the Court concluded that there was urgency and that there was “A risk This irreparable bias will be caused, the judge said.

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