WARSAW, October 1 – Novosti. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is considering the possibility of sending its mission to the area of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, the Polish Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
“On Saturday, Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau (OSCE Head – ed.) had a telephone conversation with French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna ,” the Foreign Ministry said on Twitter .
During their conversation, the ministers “discussed the latest developments on the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan and the potential possibility of sending an OSCE mission to this region,” the report says.
At the end of September 2020, hostilities resumed in Nagorno-Karabakh , which became a continuation of a long-term conflict and led to civilian casualties. The parties made several attempts to conclude a truce, but the tripartite agreement reached on the night of November 10 was successful. With the mediation of Moscow, Azerbaijan and Armenia agreed to completely cease fire and exchange prisoners and the bodies of the dead. Yerevan also handed over the Kalbajar, Lachin and Aghdam regions to Baku . In addition, Russian peacekeepers have been stationed in the region.
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