“The [coalition] aggression to announce a ceasefire was just another sleight of hand,” he added. Indeed, there is already a formal ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan in the Karachi Agreement signed on 27 July 1949 between India and Pakistan. It drew the original ceasefire line (CFL) between Jammu and Indian Kashmir and Pakistan-controlled cashmere Azad. But when India and Pakistan entered the wars of 1965 and 1971 and signed two different treaties after those two wars, the 1949 Karachi Agreement became almost superfluous, with the exception of the borders between Azad Kashmir and the Jammu and Kashmir Indians. He added that the two-week period could be extended to “allow for appropriate conditions” for the warring parties to discuss the UN envoy`s about “on steps and mechanisms to implement a permanent ceasefire in Yemen” and “a comprehensive political solution in Yemen”. “If any ceasefire does not include the removal of the siege on Yemen, that would be the continuation of the Saudi war,” he said, referring to the coalition`s de facto blockade of rebel-held Yemen. On 8 February 2005, an example of a ceasefire was announced in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat publicly declared the ceasefire as follows: “We agreed that President Mahmoud Abbas would today declare a total cessation of violence against Israelis everywhere and that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon would declare everywhere a total cessation of violence and military activities against the Palestinians.”  Following the signing of the agreement and the sending of Russian peacekeeping forces, a memorandum was signed by the Russian and Turkish defence ministers on the establishment of a joint Russian-Turkish observatory in Azerbaijan.  Russia insisted, however, that Turkey`s participation would be limited to operating on Azerbaijani soil from the Observatory and that Turkish peacekeeping forces would not go to Nagorno-Karabakh.  2017 was the worst year for violations of the ceasefire between India and Pakistan since the 2003 agreement came into force. India has blamed Pakistan for 860 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LOC) and the labour border along Jammu-Sialkot, while Pakistan has blamed India for 1,300 ceasefire violations, which left around 100 people dead in 2017 alone. Both sides claim that they are retributing themselves by making the other party responsible for breaking the ceasefire in an “un provoked” manner, boasting that an “appropriate response” has been given and that there has been, on the other hand, a higher number of deaths. As of 10 November 2020, Russian troops and armaments, which were to be a peacekeeping force under the agreement, are expected to enter the Nagorno-Karabakh region.  The force was reportedly airlifted to Armenia prior to the signing of the agreement.  On 12 November, the Russian force consisted mainly of personnel from the 15th Motor Rifle Brigade, which had entered Stepanakert and began deploying observation posts throughout the region.  After the signing of the agreement, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinjan said, “This is not a victory, but there is no defeat until you consider yourself defeated, we will never see ourselves as defeated, and it will be a new beginning in an era of national unity and rebirth.”  Following the announcement of the ceasefire agreement, violent demonstrations took place in Yerevan. Armenian Parliament spokesman Ararat Mirzoyan was beaten by an angry mob who stormed Parliament after the peace deal was announced. Pachinjan, however, suggested that Mirzoyan`s life was “not in danger” and that he had been operated on.   This is why India associates the formalization of the ceasefire or any form of normalization with Pakistan with “terrorism”.