Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a phone conversation regarding Karabakh's escalated military operations, the Kremlin press office reports.
Under the Kremlin, Armenia was the phone call initiator.
"The parties discussed the sharp exacerbation of the situation in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The Russian side expressed concern over the resumption of large-scale armed clashes. It is important to take all the necessary measures to prevent further escalation of the confrontation, and most importantly, it is necessary to stop hostilities,'' the Kremlin official statement reads.
Tensions occurred early in the morning on September 27 on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border. The parties report the military clashes and fatal outcomes. Azerbaijani media say that Armenia launched a large-scale attack this morning, resulting in casualties.