Tehran (IP)- Since the beginning of December 2022, the EU has been closely following the developments along and around the Lachin Corridor and their humanitarian implications, Josep Borrell said in response to an inquiry from Member of the European Parliament Assita Kanko.

Iran PressEurope: EU Special Representative Klaar also remains in close contact with both sides, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, Borrell added.

The EU has called on Azerbaijan to take the measures that are within its jurisdiction to ensure freedom and security of movement along the corridor, in line with its obligations deriving from the trilateral statement of 9 November 2020.

In accordance with the agreement reached in Prague on 6 October 2022, the EU Monitoring Capacity was deployed to Armenia for a maximum of two months and completed its activities on 19 December 2022.

"The EU’s efforts with Armenia and Azerbaijan are focused on achieving solutions through dialogue, to which the leaders of both countries have expressed their commitment,” Borrell said. 


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