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Karabakh truce, protests in Armenia, chronicle of events, November 10-11, 2020

  • "The ceasefire was concluded because the soldiers were threatened to be surrounded" - President of Karabakh

  • Internet access restrictions lifted in Azerbaijan

  • Smoke bomb exploded in the courtyard of the National Assembly in Armenia

  • Extraordinary session to be held in Armenian parliament

  • Protesters in Yerevan give prime minister until midnight for voluntary resignation

  • In Yerevan, protesters came to the parliament building

  • "It was not the army that lost the war, but the state" - ex-head of the Armenian Defense Ministry

  • Additional police forces deployed to the Armenian government building

  • In Yerevan, protesters from Freedom Square went to the building of the Government of Armenia

  • 129 people have already been delivered to various police departments in Armenia

  • Former President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan invited to the National Security Service

  • Four parties of Nagorno-Karabakh joined the opposition's demand for the resignation of the Prime Minister of Armenia

  • Opposition parties presented their actions at a rally in Yerevan

  • In Yerevan, protesters beat a policeman

  • Police in Yerevan forcibly take people away from the rally

  • Opposition rally in Yerevan protesting against truce agreement in Karabakh

  • Protesters in Yerevan have ransacked the office of the Soros Foundation

  • "Agreement on Karabakh was signed according to the army’s recommendation" – Prime Minister of Armenia

  • Aliyev's night address to the people

  • "Fighting was taking place on the outskirts of Stepanakert" – President of Nagorno-Karabakh

  • A convoy of Russian peacekeepers has already left the Armenian city of Goris for Karabakh

  • The President of Armenia did not know about the signing of an agreement on Karabakh with Russia and Azerbaijan

  • "The war is not over, but it's time to stop the bloodshed" – statement of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia

  • Agreement on Karabakh signed between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia

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