The OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs must lay the groundwork for an effective ceasefire and long-term peace during tomorrow’s meeting in Geneva, Congressman Frank Pallonne said in a Twitter post.

According to him, this includes finally recognizing ’s right to self-determination and the condemnation of Azerbaijani and Turkish human rights violations.

The Minsk group Co-Chairs will meet the Foreign Ministers of and Azerbaijan in Geneva on October 29 to discuss, reach agreement on, and begin implementation, in accordance with a timeline to be agreed upon, of all steps necessary to achieve a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in accordance with the basic principles accepted by the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia.

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