The Azerbaijani Defence Ministry has said the Armenian army opened fire on the cities of Goranboy, Tartar, and Barda with cannon balls and missiles.
The ceasefire is due to take effect at 8 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) on October 26, the US State Department and the governments of Azerbaijan and Armenia said in a joint statement hours after a new fighting erupted between the two countries forces.
Plans for US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia this week have raised hopes of an end to the fighting.
Baku says Yerevan attacked its civilians who were visiting a cemetery in western Tartar city, causing fatalities and injuries, as fighting over the occupied Karabakh enclave runs into its third week.
The enthusiasm Azerbaijanis display for the Turks appears mutual: hundreds have been driving around Istanbul in organised rallies and flying the two majority Muslim nations' flags since the latest occupied Karabakh hostilities resumed.
President Aliyev argued that some members of the Minsk Group were geographically too far away from the region, referring to France and the US, saying Turkey should contribute to the process.
President Ilham Aliyev says missiles were launched from Armenia's Vardenis district, away from contested Karabakh region, raising civilian death toll to 41 with over 200 people wounded.
Ottawa has one rule for Turkey and another for Saudi Arabia, which has killed thousands in Yemen.
Azerbaijan says at least four cities outside the occupied Karabakh conflict zone are being attacked by Armenian forces.
Armenian soldiers hit Azerbaijan's second-largest city, Ganja, away from the flashpoint occupied Karabakh region, with Baku threatening retaliation.
The rival Caucasus nations have been locked in some of the fiercest clashes over Karabakh after it was occupied by Armenians in the 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Azerbaijan and Armenia are accusing one another of firing directly into each other's territory and reject pressure to hold peace talks.
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