Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Units of the Republic of Azerbaijan's armed forces started to enter the Kalbajar district in Nagorno-Karabakh shortly after midnight on Wednesday.

Iran Press/Asia: The Azerbaijani forces entered the Kalbajar region following 27 years of Armenian occupation, the press service of the country’s defense ministry said.

"In line with the trilateral agreement, signed by the presidents of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation, and the Prime Minister of Armenia, units of the Azerbaijani armed forces entered the Kalbajar district on November 25," the ministry said in a statement.

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