The United States expect a final ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh to be achieved soon and will continue to maintain contacts with the parties to the conflict. John Kirby, the White House National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications, stated this at a briefing for journalists.
“We're getting some preliminary reports that there could be a ceasefire in the offing. We certainly hope that that comes to fruition, and the violence stops, and the humanitarian situation isn't worsened,” he said.
Kirby added that the United States will continue to maintain contacts with the parties to the conflict, as well as with its partners. According to him, the United States is also closely monitoring the development of the humanitarian situation in the region.
"We're obviously still watching very, very closely the worsening humanitarian situation inside Nagorno-Karabakh," he said.
The White House spokesman added that Washington has always advocated a peaceful resolution to the conflict.