Canadian authorities have launched an investigation into the possible use of Canadian military equipment in the Karabakh conflict. This was announced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on October 3.
Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne is figuring out how this could happen, Trudeau TASS reports. He stressed that Canadian laws prohibit the supply of weapons to countries where human rights are violated, and it is important for Ottawa that this is respected.
In late September, the Canadian media announced that Azerbaijan could use Turkish drones in Karabakh, which use Canadian sensors. Canadian Foreign Ministry spokesman Michel Simpaye told CTVNews that an investigation has already begun.
On October 1, Armenia recalled its ambassador from Israel due to the fact that the country was selling arms to Azerbaijan. The Armenian Foreign Ministry stated that they consider this unacceptable, especially in the context of the aggravation of the conflict in Karabakh.
Another aggravation in the NKR took place on September 27. Armenia and Azerbaijan blamed each other for shelling and death of civilians. Armenia has repeatedly stated that Turkey is participating in the battles on the side of Azerbaijan. Turkey and Azerbaijan deny this information, but Ankara declared its readiness to provide any assistance to Baku upon request.
Russia, France, the United States and the UN called on the parties to a ceasefire and a peaceful settlement. At the same time, Turkey and Ukraine expressed support for Baku.