The United Nations Security Council expressed concern on Tuesday about clashes over the enclave of Nagorno- that threaten spiral into all-out war between and Azerbaijan, Reuters reports.

After a closed-door discussion on the issue by the 15-member council, they “expressed concern over reports of large scale military actions along the Line of Contact in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone” and “strongly condemn the use of force.”

“Security Council members voiced support for the call by the Secretary General on the sides to immediately stop fighting, de-escalate tensions and return to meaningful negotiations without delay,” the council said in a statement.

The meting was held at the request of Estonia, a permanent member of the Council.

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