By Reuters Staff
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DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran called on Sunday for an immediate end to the conflict in between Armenia and Azerbaijan after clashes in between the 2 countries, a foreign ministry spokesperson was priced quote as saying by state TELEVISION, revealing Tehran’s readiness to assist in developing a ceasefire.
“Iran is carefully keeping track of the dispute with concern and calls for an instant end to the conflict and the start of talks between the two nations,” Saeed Khatibzadeh said.
“Tehran is prepared to utilize all its capacities to assist speak with begin in between the 2 sides.”
Armenia stated martial law and mobilised its male population after the clashes, which Yerevan and Baku blamed on each other and in which both sides reported fatalities.Writing by Parisa Hafezi;
Editing by Catherine Evans