The National Assembly of Artsakh made a statement on the appropriate enforcement measures to be taken by the U.N. to establish peace in Artsakh.
“The Russian peacekeeping troops based in Artsakh do not hold an international mandate. This very fact gives Azerbaijan a green light to violate the provisions of the Tripartite statements, the norms and principles of the international law, and to constantly threaten the security and stability in the region,” reads the statement.
Artsakh NA called on the Republic of Armenia to take immediate measures to apply to the U.N. Security Council and the U.N. General Assembly under the established procedure, so that they will give an international mandate to the peacekeeping contingent based in Artsakh, for them to take appropriate measures to ensure peace and stability in the region.
Artsakh NA also called on the international community to
adhere to the purposes and principles established in Chapter 1 of the U.N.
Charter, and to adopt an imperative decision, that is resolution, to take
effective enforcement measures to establish peace in Artsakh, under the
procedure established by Chapter 7 of the U.N. Charter.