EU "concerned" amid Azerbaijan's aggression against Armenia


PanARMENIAN.Net - The European Union is "concerned about the increase of tensions" in the South Caucasus, EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the crisis in Georgia Toivo Klaar said in a statement on Sunday, November 14, amid fresh aggression from Azerbaijan against Armenia.

"Important to defuse, address causes, and engage in work towards comprehensive settlement," Klaar added.

The Security Council of Armenia confirmed on Monday that the units of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces with the support of armored vehicles entered the sovereign territory of Armenia and left after negotiations.

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