Russian State Duma adopted statement regarding Nagorno-Karabakh

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Read: 470     14:50     29 September 2020    

Russian State Duma has adopted a statement regarding the recent situation in Nagorno-Karabakh at today’s plenary session, Defence.az reports. 


In the document, Russian parliamentarians called on the sides to negotiations. 

The statement highlights the necessity for an immediate ceasefire, the importance of preventing tensions in the region, stating that there is no alternative to a peaceful solution to the situation.

The Russian deputies expressed their concerns over the escalation of the situation in the conflict zone, which led to many deaths and called on the sides to return to the negotiation process as soon as possible. They also expressed readiness for mediation in order to stabilize the situation. 

The statement of the State Duma will be sent to the President of the Russian Federation, the Russian government, Azerbaijan and Armenia parliaments, co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, CSTO PA, the CIS PA, PACE and OSCE PA.



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Russian State Duma adopted statement regarding Nagorno-Karabakh

2020/09/rusiy-1601376652-1601377768.jpg
Read: 471     14:50     29 September 2020    

Russian State Duma has adopted a statement regarding the recent situation in Nagorno-Karabakh at today’s plenary session, Defence.az reports. 


In the document, Russian parliamentarians called on the sides to negotiations. 

The statement highlights the necessity for an immediate ceasefire, the importance of preventing tensions in the region, stating that there is no alternative to a peaceful solution to the situation.

The Russian deputies expressed their concerns over the escalation of the situation in the conflict zone, which led to many deaths and called on the sides to return to the negotiation process as soon as possible. They also expressed readiness for mediation in order to stabilize the situation. 

The statement of the State Duma will be sent to the President of the Russian Federation, the Russian government, Azerbaijan and Armenia parliaments, co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, CSTO PA, the CIS PA, PACE and OSCE PA.



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