Kremlin: Russia did not have a right to deploy troops in Nagorno Karabakh when battles were going on there

Kremlin: Russia did not have a right to deploy troops in Nagorno Karabakh when battles were going on there
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Russia did not have a right to deploy its troops in Nagorno Karabakh when battles were going on there, said Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov, APA's correspondent in Moscow reports.

According to him, Russia got a right to deployment peacekeepers after getting the consent of conflict sides: "Just deployment troop, especially where, in Karabakh? According to international laws, Russia has not had right to it. We got the right of deployment of peacekeeper troops after getting consent of the conflict sides."

D. Peskov noted that his country remains such a country that is loyal to the all relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council (SC).

 

Farid Akbarov

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