Foreign Ministry: Georgia is ready to contribute to the de-escalation of the situation between Azerbaijan and Armenia and establishment of peace in the region

We are watching with concern another military escalation between Azerbaijan and Armenia, - the Georgian Foreign Ministry says in a statement responding to the ongoing processes between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

According to the information spread by the agency, Georgia is ready to contribute to the de-escalation of the situation and establishment of peace in the region.

"We are watching with concern another military escalation between Azerbaijan and Armenia, which has reportedly resulted in casualties and damage to infrastructure. We hope that a ceasefire agreement will be reached, negotiations will be held between the parties and large-scale military operations will be avoided, which may have a drastic negative impact on the security of the entire region.

Georgia calls on the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs and international actors to make every effort to stop the escalation and resume the constructive dialogue.

On our part, we declare that Georgia is ready to contribute in any form to the de-escalation of the situation and establishment of peace in the region," reads the statement.

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