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  • The streets of Khankendi
  • The view of Khankendi from Shusha
  • A nature view of native Garabagh
  • The monument to World War II
  • Baku-Khankendi-Shusha road

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

Declaration on Nagorno-Karabakh 11 March, 1992

The Committee of Ministers, deeply concerned about recent reports of indiscriminate killings and outrages, firmly condemns the violence and attacks directed against the civilian populations in the Nagorno-Karabakh area of the Azerbaijan Republic. It underlines that no solution imposed by

Resolution 1047 on the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh (1994)

1. The Assembly notes with satisfaction that the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, which came into force on 12 May 1994, has been relatively well complied with and hope that it will be followed

Recommendation 1251 on the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh (1994)

1. The Assembly notes that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict broke out in 1988 and that it has already resulted in almost 20 000 deaths and more than one million refugees.
2. Its Committee on Relations with European Non-Member Countries has organized a series of hearings since 1992 which delegations from the Armenian and Azerbaijani Parliaments

RESOLUTION 1059 (1995)1 on the humanitarian situation of the refugees and displaced persons in Armenia and Azerbaijan

1. The Assembly deplores that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which broke out in 1988, has resulted in untold human suffering, leaving thousands dead, tens of thousands wounded and more than one million refugees and displaced persons in Armenia and Azerbaijan

Recommendation 1263 (1995)1 on the humanitarian situation of the refugees and displaced persons in Armenia and Azerbaijan

1. The Assembly, referring to its Resolution 1059 (1995) on the humanitarian situation of the refugees and displaced persons in Armenia and Azerbaijan, recommends that the Committee of Ministers

Resolution 1119 on the conflicts in Transcaucasia (1997)

1. The Assembly considers that maintaining the cease-fires, in force in the Transcaucasian conflicts, particularly in Abkhazia and Nagorno-Karabakh since May 1994, should help to bring about political stabilisation in the zones of tension