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“Security is only truly possible if borders are respected and troops don’t face each other at close distances,” Toivo Klaar wrote on Twitter…

Peace cannot be forced. Toivo Klaar, the European Union (EU) Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia, wrote this on Twitter Wednesday night.

“Today there were again reports of three Armenian soldiers killed and one Azerbaijani wounded. These and many other senseless victims feed hate and instability. Security is only truly possible if borders are respected and troops don’t face each other at close distances. Peace cannot be forced,” wrote the EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus.

The Ministry of Defense of Armenia informed earlier that starting at around 6pm on Wednesday, the units of the Azerbaijani armed forces opened fire—using mortars and large-caliber firearms—at the Armenian military positions located in the eastern direction of the Armenia-Azerbaijan border. The Armenian side resorted to retaliatory actions. As of 10pm, the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border has relatively stabilized. But as a result of this new Azerbaijani provocation, the Armenian side has three casualties.

https://twitter.com/ToivoKlaar/status/1575209394815791104?cxt=HHwWgMDTjammotwrAAAA

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