The Russian peacekeeping force continues the deployment in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, the country’s defense ministry reported on November 16.
“In the areas of the peacekeeping operation along the contact line of the sides, the deployment of observation posts of the Russian peacekeeping forces has been completed, which are monitoring the situation around the clock.
Control over the observance of the ceasefire regime is carried out by peacekeeping units at nine observation posts in the southern zone of responsibility and nine more in the northern.
In the Lachin corridor (along the road Zabukh – Lysogorsky state farm – Zarysly) there are seven temporary observation posts that ensure the passage of military columns of peacekeeping units.
The ceasefire is observed along the entire contact line,” the defense ministry reported in a statement on its website.
Currently, the Russian military has 25 observation points in the contested region.
Forces of the Russian peacekeeping arrive in Yerevan:
During the day, planes of the Russian Aerospace Forces delivered 58 pieces of equipment to Armenia – armored personnel carriers, off-road trucks, tank trucks, excavators, and other logistics equipment. These equipment pieces will be used as a part of the peacekeeping force in Karabakh.
The peacekeeping contingent of the Russian Federation in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone will include 1,960 servicemen, 90 armored personnel carriers, 380 units of automobile and special equipment. This force will be supported by 8 Mi-8 and Mi-24 military helicopters.
Russian forces have also started demining and cleaning the area of the Lachin corridor from explosive objects. According to the Russian side, on November 16, “1 km of the Stepanakert-Goris road was examined and cleared, 27 pieces of broken and damaged vehicles were removed from the carriageway and roadsides.”
Russian forces remove damaged vehicles from roads and help to restore the social infrastructure in Nagorno-Karabakh:
Displaced civilians return to Stepanakert:
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