President Putin said the agreement would involve an exchange of prisoners of war, while removing “all economic and transport contacts.” The masses also took control of Parliament and demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pachinjan after announcing the “painful” end-of-fight agreement. A pain management agreement may contain statements such as those mentioned in the sample document below. According to local media, a large crowd gathered in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, to protest against the agreement. They broke into the Parliament and government buildings and shouted, “We will not give up.” Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia signed an agreement on Tuesday to end six weeks of heavy fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh, in an agreement that Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinjan described as “unspeakably painful” in a moving Facebook message. The agreement came hours after Armenian ethnic leaders in the conflict region confirmed that the key town of Shusha (known as Shushi in Armenia), the second largest city in the enclave, had been captured by Azerbaijani troops. Azerbaijan also said on Monday that it had taken dozens of other settlements. The Armenians will also return the Lachin region, which holds the main road from Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia. The agreement provides that the road, known as the Lachin Corridor, remains open and protected by 1,960 Russian peacekeepers. Stepanakert will remain under the control of the Armenian government.
The agreement confirmed the influence of Russia and Turkey in the region, while bequeathing the Western powers. On Tuesday, Russia denied that Turkish peacekeepers would be allowed to send to Nagorno-Karabakh, while Azerbaijan`s president, Ilham Aliyev, claimed they would. “This is not a victory, but there is no defeat until you think you are defeated,” Armenia Pachinjan said when the agreement was announced. “We will never consider ourselves defeated, and it will be a new beginning in an era of national unity and rebirth.” The new ceasefire agreement angered Armenia when protesters stormed Parliament, beat the speaker and allegedly looted the prime minister`s office. News of the agreement sparked protests in the Armenian capital. Hundreds of people took to the streets and stormed government buildings, shortly after Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinjan announced the “painful” agreement early on Tuesday. Al Jazeera`s Osama Bin Javaid reported in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, that news of the agreement had brought people to the streets to celebrate, despite a curfew. The agreement provides for the reduction of some areas on the outskirts of the Nagorno-Karabakh region, while Azerbaijan will halt its advance towards Stepanakert, he added. “There is only a sense of disbelief that it was in a way the only option for Armenia to effectively admit defeat and sign this agreement with Azerbaijan, which is transmitted by Russia, which ends this war, but which effectively allows Azerbaijan to win almost total victory.” He said the agreement was “the best possible solution to the current situation.” The agreement calls on the Armenian armed forces to cede control of certain areas they held outside the borders of Nagorno-Karabakh, including the eastern district of Agdam. This area has a strong symbolic weight for Azerbaijan, because its capital, also called Agdam, has been completely looted and the only intact building is the mosque of the city.
Masses say the withdrawal agreement with Azerbaijan is a betrayal after violent struggles for The disputed enclave of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinjan called the agreement “extremely painful for me and for our people.” “I have signed a declaration with the Russian and Azerbaijani presidents to end the Karabakh war,” Pachinjan said, calling the move “extremely painful for me personally and for our people.” Treatment of chronic pain with opioids is complex and difficult.