No incidents recorded in OSCE monitoring of Karabakh-Azerbaijan contact line
STEPANAKERT, August 1. /ARKA/. No incidents was recording during OSCE Mission’s regular monitoring of the contact line between Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan, north of Kuropatkino village in Martuni region, on Friday, the press office of Nagorno-Karabakh foreign ministry reported.
The monitoring was carried out as per the agreement with NKR’s authorities, by field assistants to personal representative of OSCE-Chairman-in-Office Yevgeniy Sharov (Ukraine), Hristo Hristov (Bulgaria) and a member of OSCE-Chairman-in-Office personal representative staff Peter Svedberg from Nagorno-Karabakh side, and by personal representative to OSCE-Chairman-in-Office ambassador Andjey Kasprshik and his field assistant Irzhi Aberle (Czech Republic) from the opposite side.
The monitoring was carried out as scheduled, no truce violations were recorded, says the report.
The observers’ mission from Karabakh side was accompanied by representatives of foreign and defense ministries of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, according to the report. –0—