NATO calls parties in South Caucasus to avoid regional conflicts

NATO called on parties of protracted regional conflicts in South Caucasus and the Republic of Moldova to avoid steps that undermine regional security and stability, a declaration of the North Atlantic Alliance, adopted following the Chicago Summit, says.

“We urge all parties to engage constructively and with reinforced political will in peaceful conflict resolution, and to respect the current negotiation formats,” the declaration says.

According to the declaration, the persistence of protracted regional conflicts in South Caucasus and the Republic of Moldova continues to be a matter of great concern for the NATO.

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