United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged Azerbaijan and Armenia on Monday to exercise maximum restraint, Report says.
"The Secretary General is watching the tension between Azerbaijan and Armenia with deep concern. It requires maximum restraint between the parties. "A large-scale confrontation between these two countries (the line of contact between the Azerbaijani and Armenian troops - Red) would be a disaster," Dujarric said.
Starting from the afternoon on July 12, units of the Armenian armed forces, grossly violated the ceasefire on the direction of the Tovuz region of the Azerbaijani-Armenian state border.
As a result of the adequate steps undertaken by our units, the enemy was defeated and driven back suffering losses.
During the fighting, several service members of the Azerbaijan Army, including General-Major, were killed, and five were injured.
Many states and international organizations strongly condemned Armenians' actions aimed at the instigation situation on the front line. So far, Turkey, Moldova, Ukraine, The General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, The Turkic Council, TURKPA Secretary General rendered their support to Azerbaijan and stressed the importance the peaceful resolution of the conflict within the internationally recognized borders of the Republic of Azerbaijan, based on respect for its sovereignty and territorial integrity.