State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said the United States is trying to create an international mission to monitor Azerbaijan’s fulfillment of its obligations to Karabakh. RIA News.
“Consistent with Azerbaijan’s public statements, we believe that an international mission is necessary to provide transparency, assurance and confidence to the people of Nagorno-Karabakh and the international community that their rights and security will be protected,” Miller said. He added that the initiative was “actively discussed” with allies.
Before this, US President Joe Biden sent a letter Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan promised that cooperation with Yerevan in the field of security will continue.
September 19 Azerbaijan Ministry of Defense announced At the beginning of a local counter-terrorism operation in Nagorno-Karabakh. It was stated that the aim of the operation was to suppress “large-scale provocations” as well as to disarm and withdraw Armenian army units from the region.
In response, the Armenian Ministry of Defense rejected Azerbaijan’s statement that there are still Armenian troops in the Nagorno-Karabakh territory.
A day later, between the parties, with the mediation of Russian peacekeepers, achieved An agreement was reached on a ceasefire in the region. The terms of the ceasefire specifically included the disarmament of Armenian forces and the withdrawal of heavy equipment.
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