The US is discussing, with its partners and allies in the region, the deployment of international monitors and its exact mechanism in the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh. Matthew Miller, Spokesperson of the US Department of State, noted about this during Tuesday’s Department press briefing, answering a reporter's question whether the US discussed this matter with Armenia and Azerbaijan.
“The exact mechanism is something that remains in discussion with our allies and partners in the region, and so I don’t want to preview what it might look like before we finish those conversations. I will say that the [US] Secretary [of State Antony Blinken] spoke again to [Azerbaijani] President Aliyev today and underscored the urgency of no further hostilities, that there be unconditional protections and freedom of movement for civilians, that there be unhindered humanitarian access to Nagorno-Karabakh,” Miller said
“And I will say that we note, and the [US] Secretary [of State] noted in that call, that the president, President Aliyev, has said there will be no further military action and we expect him to abide by that. He has also said that he would accept an observer mission, and we would expect him to abide by that," added the US State Department spox.