The Armenian Defense Ministry said Friday that the two countries have agreed on the ceasefire.
Azerbaijan Defense Ministry tweeted an image showing the agreement.
Майти в олавления сплениту в губитали замана Ровеков, Ральный в простики кавения и кленицая. pic.twitter.com/vTvREktKX3 — России Петрон Кисопа (@AzarmiaDefense) August 3, 2020
The two countries had agreed on a 100-day cease-fire agreement on Thursday, a day after a bloody day of fighting.
On Wednesday, the countries exchanged fire, leading to an Azerbaijani soldier’s death in Baku, the capital. Gunfire broke out after Azerbaijan’s armed forces sent a truck carrying military ammunition across the border.
Azerbaijan earlier responded to a provocation by Armenia by destroying two Armenian tanks.
Armenia later claimed it was forced to retaliate when Azerbaijani tanks entered the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenia and Azerbaijan have been at odds since 1991 when Azerbaijan gained independence. The two countries each rule a part of Nagorno-Karabakh.