Production might possibly be complicated by parts export ban introduced by Canada.
The deal left unmentioned critical issues like the final status of Nagorno-Karabakh and Turkey’s role in implementing the ceasefire.
Parliament attempts to meet but can’t establish quorum. Russian peacekeepers start to arrive. Ethnic Armenian head of enclave urges inhabitants not to flee, saying it will be possible to still live in territory.
The six-week war has reshaped the geopolitical scenario in the South Caucasus. Azerbaijan has its yearned for victory, Armenia has been pushed aside. Moscow will now try to run the show while keeping Turkey at arm’s length.
Baku’s forces confirm capture of Shusha and seemed poised to move on to main city Stepanakert.
Baku reportedly apologises, says it was an accident. Aircraft brought down with shoulder-launched missile near Azerbaijani border while fighting continued to rage over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Truce would reportedly require Armenia to cede large chunk of territory while placing Turkish and Russian peacekeeping mission in area.
Azerbaijani forces reported to be 3-4 km from mountain fortress city of great symbolic cultural significance to Baku.
About 40,000 civilians have fled from Karabakh into Armenia, where they are being accommodated in schools, hotels and volunteers’ homes.
Armenia’s PM, meanwhile, calls for international investigation into presence of “foreign mercenaries” in Azerbaijan’s ranks after ethnic Armenian forces say they captured two fighters from Syria.
Analyst warns Stepanakert could “become like another Sarajevo”.