Iran's Deputy Police Chief Brigadier General Qassem Rezaei said Iranian border guards have full control over any moves in the northwestern borders of the country.

Iran Press/Iran News: After he visited the country's northwestern borders in East Azerbaijan and Ardabil provinces on Wednesday, Brigadier General Rezaei expressed hope Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict ends and peace returns to the borders of the two counties as soon as possible.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is dissatisfied with the dispute between Baku and Yerevan and emphasizes the settlement of the dispute is realized behind the negotiating table and under the supervision of the UN, he noted.

Iran's deputy police chief also warned saboteurs and terrorist groups over any abuse of the Karabakh dispute.  

The conflict between the Republic of Azerbaijan and Armenia began in 1988, turning into a military conflict in 1991 and has once again intensified with some foreign countries' intervention. 

The new round of clashes began as of September 27, with some forces on both sides killed and wounded.


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