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Attempts by pro-Armenian members of the US Congress to pass amendments to the law targeting both Azerbaijan and Turkey have failed. reports that speaking to reporters, Frank Palloni, one of the pro-Armenian "heavy artillery" in the Congress, said that President Joseph Biden signed a law "to hold Azerbaijan and Turkey accountable." However, it turned out that neither the suspension of military aid to Azerbaijan, nor the abolition of the temporary moratorium on the 907th amendment was reflected in the law.

Instead, they were able to include an insignificant clause that could not yield any concrete results: “Within 180 days after the law came into force, the Secretary of Defense agreed with the heads of other federal departments and agencies to submit a report on the 2020 conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. should do.”

2021.12.29 / 21:15
Nurlana Ahmadova
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