A military volunteer speaks on a phone in the city of Vardenis, Armenia, on Thursday. AFP
Yerevan said a ceasefire was holding on Thursday on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, with no fresh violence reported overnight.
On Thursday, Azerbaijan's defence ministry published a list of 71 servicemen killed in clashes this week between the historic rivals.
Yerevan has said 105 of its troops were killed.
A woman mourns at the grave of Azerbaijani Armed Forces serviceman during his funeral in Baku. Reuters
The clashes that erupted on Tuesday ended "thanks to the international involvement" overnight on Thursday, Armenia's security council said, after earlier failed attempts from Russia to broker a truce.
Baku and Yerevan have traded accusations of initiating the violence along their shared border, which also saw hundreds of Armenian civilians flee their homes near the frontier.
The escalation comes as Yerevan's closest ally Moscow is distracted by its nearly seven-month war in Ukraine.
A delegation of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) — a Moscow-led grouping of several ex-Soviet republics — is due in Yerevan later on Thursday, Armenia's foreign ministry said.
Armenia is a member of CSTO but Azerbaijan is not.
On Tuesday, Armenia's security council asked for military help from Moscow, which is obliged under the treaty to defend Armenia in the event of foreign invasion.
At least 49 Armenian and 50 Azeri military were killed, each side has said, blaming the other for the renewed fighting, which prompted an appeal for calm from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The defence ministry of the Nagorno-Karabakh region said on Tuesday it had recorded another 35 casualties among its military, pushing its military death toll to 1,009 since fighting with Azeri forces erupted on Sept.27.
At least 16 military members and several civilians were killed on Sunday in the heaviest clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan since 2016, reigniting concern about stability in the South Caucasus, a corridor for pipelines carrying oil and gas to world markets.
Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces fought new clashes in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh region on Thursday, before the United States, France and Russia were due to meet in Geneva to try to avert a wider war in the South Caucasus.
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