14 August 2020

Belarus urges Armenia, Azerbaijan to adhere to ceasefire regime

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The Foreign Ministry of Belarus has made a statement in connection with the aggravation of the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. reports citing to the media outlets of Belarus.

“Belarus has expressed concern over the ongoing escalation of the situation on the Azerbaijani-Armenian border,” the message said.

“Belarus has stressed the necessity of resolving all conflicts peacefully,” the report said. “The use of power only aggravates the situation. Belarus urged the sides to adhere to the ceasefire regime and avoid any steps leading to an increase in tension and human losses.”

The Foreign Ministry of Belarus expressed hope that Baku and Yerevan will restore the dialogue.

“Belarus also thinks that all countries having friendly relations with Azerbaijan and Armenia will use their authority for de-escalation, within the OSCE Minsk Group as well,” said the message.

2020.07.14 / 21:53
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