Both parties must respect the ceasefire regime, Warlick said, noting that there is a need to find a lasting peaceful solution to the conflict.
“I was in a safe place with the co-chairs. However, two employees of the OSCE were in a dangerous place and sought a place to hide. I am glad no one was injured. Such incidents are unacceptable. When we discussed the incident with the OSCE experts, they said that it is impossible to determine from what direction the fire was opened. They are specialists in this field. Of course, the monitoring should be conducted professionally on the contact line or along the internationally recognized borders of both countries. However, it is hard to determine the direction when the fire is opened. Once again I state that such incidents are unacceptable during the monitoring with the participation of the co-chairs”, said the U.S. co-chair.