The European Union and EU member states are ready to provide additional humanitarian aid to the residents of Nagorno-Karabakh, said Peter Stano, the official representative of the Union’s foreign policy service.
“The European Commission has announced an additional humanitarian aid package of 5 million euros, the EU and its member states are ready to provide additional humanitarian aid,” he said.
Stano added that the EU also calls on “Azerbaijan to allow international access to Nagorno-Karabakh to conduct independent monitoring of the situation on the ground.”
“We declare again that Azerbaijan is responsible for ensuring the rights and security of Karabakh Armenians, including the right to live in their own homes with dignity, without intimidation and discrimination, as well as the right of the displaced to return,” said the official representative of the EU’s foreign policy service.
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