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France's Newly Appointed Foreign Minister Stéphane Sejourne Vows Ongoing Support for Armenia


France's Newly Appointed Foreign Minister Stéphane Sejourne Vows Ongoing Support for Armenia

In a purposeful address to diplomats in France, Stéphane Sejourne, France's newly appointed Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, pledged unwavering support for Armenia. The minister emphasized the crucial need for Armenia and Azerbaijan to achieve a just and enduring peace based on international law and respect for the territorial integrity of both nations.


"Armenia and Azerbaijan must finally reach peace. A peace that will be fair and long-lasting, based on international law and respect for the territorial integrity of both countries. The peoples of this region must be able to live in dignity, and their history, memory, and culture must be respected," Minister Sejourne passionately declared.


The commitment to support Armenia comes at a pivotal moment in the South Caucasus, where historical tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan have persisted. Minister Sejourne's address shows France's dedication to creating a sense of peace that upholds the principles of justice, international law, and respect for the rich cultural heritage of the region.


France's stance aligns with the broader global effort to encourage diplomatic solutions and dialogue between nations. The emphasis on a fair and long-lasting peace reflects the recognition of the importance of stability and prosperity for the people of Armenia and Azerbaijan.


As France's newly appointed Foreign Minister, Stéphane Sejourne brings a fresh perspective and a firm commitment to promoting diplomatic solutions in international relations. The pledge of continued support for Armenia signals France's proactive role in contributing to regional stability and fostering a climate where nations can coexist with dignity and mutual respect.

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