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There is a "new agreement" between Yerevan and Baku

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On Saturday, Baku took control of the alternative route connecting Karabakh with Armenia. In Karabakh (members of the separatist regime in Khankendi - ed.) there are doubts that there is an agreement between Baku and Yerevan, more precisely, between Pashinyan and Aliyev.
Ednews reports that the "Hraparak" newspaper made such a claim.
"Pashinyan recently often talks about Azerbaijan's "policy of genocide" and at the same time declares that there will be a peace treaty. He said this at the government meeting held last week. The signing of the peace treaty in accordance with the Prague Agreement means the de jure recognition of Karabakh as a part of Azerbaijan. Armenians in Karabakh believe that Pashinyan is trying to secure his power to quietly sign the agreement by closing the last route with Armenia. Because after the road is lost, Karabakh Armenians will not be able to go to Yerevan and demand the answer to what happened.
If the peace treaty is signed, the Russian peacekeeping contingent will be withdrawn from the South Caucasus. We received the following response from the Karabakh Armenians to our remark about why the Russian side does not interfere in all this: "If two sides agree to this, the third side should also adapt to this situation," the information claims.

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