Fighting between the separatists backed by Armenian troops and the Azerbaijan army erupted over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region in late September and raged for six weeks.
Russian peacekeepers are transferred to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict zone in accordance with agreements set forth on November 9 in the joint declaration of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan on complete ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh.
After weeks of intense fighting, the two sides will maintain positions in the territories they now hold - a significant gain for Azerbaijan, which has reclaimed around 15 to 20 per cent of its lost territory including the key town of Shusha.
Though Kalbajar's departing residents are bound for a hard journey through the mountainous landscape that connects the region with Armenia, most chose to leave few of their belongings behind - and many set their homes on fire to make them unusable for future Azerbaijani residents.
The ceasefire is observed in Nagorno-Karabakh is being observed along the entire line of contact, official representative of the Russian Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov told reporters today, TASS reports.
Besides, Armenia and Azerbaijan should carry out the exchange of prisoners of war and the bodies of those killed.
Hajiyev said Sunday the timetable for the Armenian withdrawal of the remaining districts was unchanged.
Azerbaijan has not revealed its military casualties, but Putin said the number of deaths on both sides surpassed 4,000 and that tens of thousands of people had been forced to flee their homes.
Several thousand opposition supporters gathered for a new rally in Yerevan on Monday, with many chanting "Nikol leave" and "Nikol the traitor".
Azerbaijan has pushed for Ankara's involvement in the settlement and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said this week his country would jointly supervise the ceasefire with Russian Federation.
Authorities on Saturday said they thwarted a plot to assassinate the 45-year-old prime minister and arrested opposition leader Artur Vanetsyan, the former head of Armenia's security services.
But Russia has ruled out Ankara's direct involvement in the peacekeeping mission and instead insisted Turkey would monitor the mission from an observation centre on Azerbaijan's territory.