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In the eastern part of Karabakh, where Russian peacekeepers are temporarily stationed, a rather strange and unprecedented situation has developed since the end of the second Karabakh war. Three departments have reported troop dispositions at the Dashbashi/Karaglukh height and the nearby village of Farrukh/Parukh, however, all reports are completely inconsistent with each other.
On the evening of Sunday, March 27, the Russian Ministry of Defense published another newsletter of the peacekeeping contingent in Karabakh. It stated that the peacekeepers managed to achieve withdrawal of the Azerbaijani armed forces from the village of Furukh (as the village of Farrukh/Parukh is called in the bulletin) through negotiations. It was also noted that the Azerbaijani army and the Armenian armed forces suffered losses – two wounded on each side.
The Russian defense department did not report anything about the situation at the Dashbashi/Karaglukh height.