>>> armies would be forced by the international laws to withdraw to their countries’ borders once the border is clearly marked & both countries could be ascertained of which country would own which part. Otherwise, this kind of wanting to impose a quick-fix by mediators, when they know in their right minds that they are creating empty spaces for a future conflict is, quite a big no brainer.
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