On Friday, Russia hosted ceasefire talks in a move to stop the escalation of violence in the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
After 10 hours of negotiations, both Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a truce starting on Saturday at noon.
But just moments after it came into effect, both sides accused each other of violating the terms.
On Sunday night, a residential building in Ganja, the second-largest city in Azerbaijan, was allegedly hit by an Armenian airstrike, killing nine and injuring at least 13, while Nagorno-Karabakh's military officials said that Azerbaijani forces shelled Stepanakert, the region's capital. Both sides denied the accusations.
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Russia's defense ministry released a video on Wednesday showing the country's peacekeepers securing passage for vehicles through Nagorno-Karabakh's Lachin Corridor - a six-kilometre road connecting the region's territories populated by ethnic Armenians, and Armenia itself.