EU Welcomes Agreement on Ceasefire Between Armenia and Azerbaijan
The European Union welcomes the agreement on a ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which entered in force yesterday at 20:00, the statement made by the EU Spokesperson says, Armenpress reports.
“The EU welcomes the agreement on a ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which entered in force yesterday at 20:00. We are encouraged by local reports stating that the ceasefire is being respected so far.
We call on the sides to continue its implementation and coordinate humanitarian steps, such as the handover of bodies of soldiers.
EU Special Representative, Toivo Klaar, carries on his high-level consultations, as mandated by HR/VP Borrell, in Baku yesterday and in Yerevan today.
The EU remains strongly involved in the normalization process between Armenia and Azerbaijan, including at the highest level through President of the European Council, Charles Michel”, the statement says.
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