Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) says that the number of ceasefire violations in the separatist regions of Ukraine is equal to numbers reported before July 2020, the date of agreement to strengthen the ceasefire.
The latest upticks in violence are being watched around the world, with the United States and its NATO allies alleging that the Kremlin is looking for an excuse to invade Ukraine.
Any escalation in Kiev's years-long conflict with the rebels could fuel fresh tensions between Russia and the West and worsen the ongoing standoff.
Kremlin says the meeting between Turkish President Erdogan and Russian President Putin will be held when the pandemic situation and the schedules of the two leaders allow for it.
Turkish President Erdogan says he hopes to bring together the Russian and Ukrainian leaders as soon as possible amid rising tensions in the region.
Poland, which has assumed leadership of the bloc’s largest security organisation, warns that Eastern Europe has been facing the prospect of a major military escalation for several weeks.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned that any positive outcome on Ukraine talks depends on Russia's willingness to abandon aggression.
Azerbaijan's defence ministry says four of its servicemen are killed and two others wounded during the clashes that take place in an area that was liberated on November 10 from the Armenian occupation.
The ceasefire is due to take effect at 8 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) on October 26, the US State Department and the governments of Azerbaijan and Armenia said in a joint statement hours after a new fighting erupted between the two countries forces.
The conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia continues in occupied Karabakh.
President Aliyev argued that some members of the Minsk Group were geographically too far away from the region, referring to France and the US, saying Turkey should contribute to the process.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that he stands ready to send police to Belarus if protests there turn violent, but sees no such need yet.
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