Armenia agrees to return four villages to Azerbaijan, Baku says

Armenia has agreed to return four villages on its border to Azerbaijan, Azerbaijani foreign ministry spokesperson Aykhan Hajizada said on Friday.

Hajizada posted on X that the four villages had been held by Armenia since the early 1990s and their return was a “long-awaited historic event.”

Russian peacekeepers have fully accomplished their mission in Nagorno-Karabakh, Viktor Bondarev, first deputy chairman of the Federation Council (upper house of parliament) Committee on Defense and Security, said.

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