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In the context of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, UK delegate to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) John Howell (Conservative Party of the United Kingdom) says what solely interests him is the issue of demining.

During the PACE session, Howell declared that he isn’t preparing to touch upon the arguments about who is responsible for what and who unleashed the conflict. He added that it is necessary to consider the issues of climate change and the environment, as well as the horrible consequences that the war has on the environment, people and nature and that the primary issue is the issue of anti-infantry mines and the consequences that unexploded weapons cause. Howell also voiced hope that the parties will be able to establish friendly and neighborly relations and preserve the cultural heritage.

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