June 18
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Luxembourg is committed to assisting the European Union civilian monitoring mission in Armenia and is ready to further develop this mission within the framework of the interests of both parties. President of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg, Claude Wiseler, announced this in his speech from the podium of the National Assembly (NA) of Armenia Wednesday, after a joint news conference with NA speaker Alen Simonyan.

"We stand again behind the new EU cooperation program, which aims to develop cooperation in all aspects. We promise that the EU will actively continue to assume the role of a mediator between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the region so that the peace process can come to a successful conclusion. I deeply hope that the peace talks will succeed," Wiseler said.

Also, he emphasized the importance of creating an environment where open, honest, and constructive dialogue can flourish before lasting peace can be achieved.

"Let's do all we can to remove obstacles. That’s why we urgently demand that Baku immediately release all [Armenian] prisoners of war and provide comprehensive information on missing [Armenian] persons. Justice and humanity demand that these individuals be freed without delay, and it is a demand that the families get the answers they simply deserve," said the speaker of the parliament of Luxembourg.

Subsequently, applause erupted in the NA Sessions’ Hall.

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