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Armenia holds the Turkish regime responsible for undermining the ceasefire in Karabakh

On October 13, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan emphasized that the Turkish regime is undermining the ceasefire agreement in the NagornoKarabakh region by inciting continued fighting.

Pashinyan warned of the Turkish regime's efforts to dominate and expand its influence in the South Caucasus region, stressing that Armenia and Azerbaijan must make concessions in any talks on reaching a settlement on Karabakh.

The Armenian Prime Minister shouldered  the Turkish regime responsible for continuing the escalation in Karabakh.

During a press conference with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov on October 12, Armenian Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan reiterated that the Turkish regime transfers mercenaries and terrorists from Syria and Libya to help the Azeri forces.

 

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Sweden calls on Turkish regime to withdraw its troops from Syria

Sweden has called on the Turkish regime to stop its aggression on  the Syrian territories and to respect  freedom within Turkey.
 
The Associated Press Agency said that Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Anne Linde, during a joint press conference held on Tuesday  in Ankara, called on the Foreign minister of Turkish regime to withdraw his aggressive forces from Syria, criticizing the Turkish regime practices that suppress freedom of expression inside Turkey.

Syria, Belarus discuss bilateral ties

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, Vladimir Makei, discussed on Tuesday with Syria's ambassador in Minsk, Muhammad Al-Amrani, issues related to the development of bilateral relations between the two friendly countries in the political, commercial, economic and humanitarian fields.

Kazakhstan does not rule out the possibility of holding new round of talks on Syria this year

The Kazakh Foreign Ministry does not rule out the possibility of holding a new meeting about Syria this year.
 
Sputnik quoted the representative of the press office of the Kazakh Foreign Ministry as saying  that” we do not rule out such a possibility, but holding the next round of talks on Syria in any form will depend on the Will of the guarantor states themselves and most importantly on the epidemiological situation in the country.”

Israeli settlers steal Palestinian olive crops

Today, Israeli settlers stole the olive crops of al-Jabaa village, southwest of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, and cut branches of trees, the head of al-Jabaa village council Diab Mashaleh asserted.
 
He told WAFA news agency that al-Jabaa villagers discovered -when they reached their land- that settlers from the illegal Beit Ain settlement had stolen their crops from about 100 dunums of land owned by 30 people and that the settlers have also chopped branches of the trees.