German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock called on Azerbaijan to allow international observers to enter Karabakh.

The statement was distributed on Wednesday, September 27, by the press service of the German Foreign Ministry.

"Together with our partners, we will make every effort to send observers as soon as possible. If Azerbaijan allowed international observers, it would be proof of confidence that Azerbaijan takes seriously its obligations to the security and well-being of the people of Nagorno-Karabakh," Baerbock said.

According to her, no one knows for sure how people live in Karabakh, so transparency is now needed there, as well as "the eyes and ears of the international community."

In addition, Baerbock announced an increase in humanitarian aid and additional funding for the International Committee of the Red Cross from 2 to 5 million euros. After all, people still lack the things necessary for life, including food, medicine and hygiene products.

As reported, after the ceasefire in Karabakh, the European Union gave a warning to Azerbaijan. The EU has warned Baku and threatened measures if the situation worsens, and calls for the resumption of negotiations with Yerevan.

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