European Parliament calls for EU sanctions on Azerbaijan

European Parliament calls for EU sanctions on Azerbaijan

PanARMENIAN.Net - The European Parliament has adopted CFSP and CSDP reports, calling for immediate EU sanctions on Azerbaijani authorities.

MEPs also urge to suspend the EU-Azerbaijan Memorandum of Understanding on Energy.

In the resolutions, the Parliament urged the EU civilian mission in Armenia (EUMA) to closely monitor the evolving security situation on the ground, provide transparent reporting to Parliament and actively contribute to conflict resolution efforts.

The parliament “calls for the EU and its member states to strengthen EUMA’s mandate, increase its size, extend its duration and also place monitors along the border with Turkey and calls on Azerbaijan to allow EUMA’s presence on its side of the border and in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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