Video Duration 24 minutes 10 seconds
Armenia and Azerbaijan are blaming one another for renewed combating near the disputed area of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The space is recognised as a part of Azerbaijan, however is usually managed by ethnic Armenians.
Two Karabakh troops and an Azerbaijani soldier have been killed in a district underneath the supervision of Russian peacekeepers.
The newest violence triggered requires calm from Russia, NATO, and the European Union.
Both sides accuse one another of breaking the 2020 ceasefire.
So can the truce maintain and stop a brand new battle?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Richard Giragosian – Director of Regional Studies Center in Yerevan, Armenia
Matthew Bryza – Former US ambassador and mediator on the Nagorno-Karabakh battle
Fariz Ismailzade – Vice rector, Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy