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G7 Urges Armenia and Azerbaijan to Uphold Peace Process

G7 Urges Armenia and Azerbaijan to Uphold Peace Process

In a unified call for peace, the foreign ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) nations have urged Armenia and Azerbaijan to maintain their commitment to the peace process. The G7, comprised of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America, emphasized the importance of upholding key principles, including the non-use of force and the inviolability of borders.

In a communiqué released following their meeting on Friday, the G7 foreign ministers stressed the need for a dignified and lasting peace in the region. They highlighted the significance of respecting sovereignty, territorial integrity, and international law in resolving the conflict.

The G7 nations expressed concern over the potential escalation of the conflict, emphasizing that further destabilization would be unacceptable. They called on Azerbaijan to fulfill its obligations under international humanitarian law and to take appropriate measures to facilitate the safe return of refugees and displaced persons to their homes.

Furthermore, the G7 reiterated their readiness to support constructive dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan. They affirmed their willingness to facilitate discussions at various levels, particularly within established negotiating frameworks provided by the European Union (EU) and the United States.


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