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United States condemns recent escalation of violence along Armenia-Azerbaijan border

29-07-2021, 12:48 Region
United States condemns recent escalation of violence along Armenia-Azerbaijan border


29 July 2021, 12:48 - NovostiNK
The United States condemns the recent escalation of tensions along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, U.S. Department of State spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement on Wednesday.

“The United States condemns the recent escalation of violence along the international border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. We call on Armenia and Azerbaijan to uphold their ceasefire commitments by taking immediate steps to de-escalate the situation.

“Continued tensions along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border underscore the fact that only a comprehensive resolution that addresses all outstanding issues can normalize relations between the two countries and allow the people of the region to live together peacefully. The United States urges Armenia and Azerbaijan to return as soon as possible to substantive discussions under the auspices of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs to achieve a long-term political settlement to the conflict,” reads the statement.


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