Status quo in Karabakh conflict should be changed

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The status quo in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should be changed through negotiations, said the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

He made the remarks during the meeting with a number of IDPs from Azerbaijan’s Shusha city in Baku June 30.

According to him, the OSCE is trying to find a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and will do everything possible in this regard.

All efforts were focused on resuming the ceasefire following the April clashes, noted the OSCE chief.

“Now, the ceasefire is almost observed. However, the status quo should be changed through negotiations. I had meetings in Yerevan and will hold meetings in Baku too. We must try to find a solution to the conflict,” he said.

The April clashes have shown that the conflict leads to a great number of losses, Steinmeier said, urging the parties to remain committed to a peaceful solution to the conflict.

OSCE will do its best to lay a foundation for future peace, he pledged.

“We have certain documents and we must take steps based on those documents. Armenia and Azerbaijan should also make efforts to resolve the conflict”, the OSCE chief concluded.

2016.06.30 / 16:15
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