Ilham Aliyev says Baku is ready to agree on ceasefire regime

Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev said that Baku was ready to coordinate a ceasefire regime in Nagorno Karabakh adding that the situation now depends on the Armenian side.

"Yes, we are ready. I said many times publicly. We are ready to agree on ceasefire today. Our position is that all the regional countries should stay away from direct involvement in the conflict. We are completely against the 'internationalization' of the conflict," Aliyev told Fox News.

He said that Baku wants to move to negotiations, but there are signals from the Armenian side that the conflict cannot be resolved through diplomacy.

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