17 December 2017

Latvian FM calls for resumption of ceasefire

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Heavy fighting between the armed forces of Azerbaijan and Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh has caused serious threat to peace and stability in the region, the Latvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on April 3.

The Latvian Foreign Ministry calls on both sides to stop the hostilities immediately and resume the ceasefire, said the statement.

“Armenia and Azerbaijan must avoid any actions or statements that could result in further escalation of the conflict,” the statement said.

The Foreign Ministry expresses regret over casualties and deaths and conveys condolences to the wounded and the families of those killed.

“Latvia also fully supports the OSCE Minsk Group and its three Co-Chairs in their efforts to restore ceasefire,” said the statement.

2016.04.03 / 15:00
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