Russia recently signed a ceasefire agreement between the two countries, Photo: File
Of course: Despite the ceasefire, a total of 24 people have been killed in border clashes between the armies of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
According to the international news agency, clashes continue on the border of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Citizens from the border areas have to leave their homes and livestock and move to a safe place.
Despite a ceasefire between the two countries, the total death toll in the border skirmish has risen to 24 while more than 80 are injured. Civilians are also among the dead and injured.
Kyrgyzstan has accused Tajikistan’s army of firing rockets into Badakand province, forcing more than 100,000 residents to evacuate.
Tajikistan, on the other hand, claims that the Kyrgyz army changed its position on the border and opened fire on villagers on our land.
It should be noted that there are Russian army bases in both countries, due to which Russia had agreed to a ceasefire between the two countries.