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Russia President, Vladimir Putin, said Moscow was worried about fresh clash between ex-soviet countries, Armenia and Azerbaijan, calling on the historic foes to negotiate solutions to their border disputes.

Fighting began last week between both countries, leaving more than 200 dead, the worst record since a war between both parties in 2020.

The six-week war of 2020, ended with more than 6,500 deaths and a Russian peace deal, with Moscow dispatching thousands of peacekeeping forces

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Putin said on Tuesday, that he would want to note that, any conflict scenario between countries close to Russia, cause serious concern.

He called on both stakeholders to exercise restraint, strictly observe the ceasefire and firmly follow the tripartite statements of the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.

Putin’s call for peace comes after United States Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, on Monday, urged peace between the ex-soviet countries, as he brought together their top diplomats for the first time since the deadly border clashes.

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