In response to a call from Armenia's prime minister Nikol Pashinyan on Saturday, Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi addressed the evolving situation in the Caucasus region.

Raisi reiterated that the Islamic Republic of Iran is against any alterations to the region's borders, as Azerbaijan threatens Armenia's territory in the south.

He also expressed Iran's readiness as a neighboring power, claiming that Tehran can play a constructive role in preventing further conflicts and preserving the geopolitical stability of the region.

Raisi’s message, conveying this "resolute stance," was communicated through a tweet by Mohammad Jamshidi, the Political Deputy of the President's Office. The message highlighted cooperation with external entities, conducting joint military exercises, and engaging in suspicious travels outside the established 3+3 format are discouraged.

Jamshidi was probably referring to Armenia holding small military drills with the United States in NATO framework.

As tensions escalate between Armenia and Azerbaijan, reports originating from Iranian sources on social media indicate that Tehran has issued a stern warning to Baku, cautioning against potential military actions.

Numerous sources have suggested that Iran's diplomatic channels and high-level meetings have played a pivotal role in delivering a clear message to Azerbaijan, specifically discouraging any aggressive actions in the southern Syunik region of Armenia.

This warning follows recent reports hinting at Azerbaijan's military preparations in the Nagorno Karabakh region, which have raised concerns about potential military actions affecting both the enclave and Armenia. Iran has consistently opposed any Azerbaijani encroachments on Armenian territories.

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