ArmInfo. "Nagorno Karabakh conflict can be resolved only on the basis of OSCE principles", said High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell while his speech at the 26th meeting of OSCE Ministerial Council.
In turn, President of the Parliamentary Assembly (PA) of the OSCE George Tsereteli, pointed out the need for more optimistic signs to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict "Especially from a regulation point of view of Transdniestria and Nagorno Karabakh conflicts, we need more optimistic signs. A multilateralism is an important tool in the solution of great divisions, threatening secure Europe review", G. Tsereteli noted.
In his speech, Secretary of State for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, Matti Anttonen, also touched on the Karabakh issue, in which he pointed out the need to continue work to resolve the Karabakh conflict. "We need to continue to work to resolve conflicts in Georgia and the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. This is the main mandate of the OSCE," Anttonen said.
The Karabakh issue was contained, as expected, in the text of the speech by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, who emphasized with steady perseverance that it was necessary to find a solution to the Karabakh conflict based on the "principle of territorial integrity."
The Turkish Foreign Minister noted that the frozen conflicts in Georgia, Moldova and Azerbaijan are still not resolved. "Frozen conflicts must be resolved on the basis of the principles of international law and territorial integrity," the Turkish minister summed up.