“We supported and continue to support the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan as Azerbaijan supported our territorial integrity. Our position remains unchanged,” Kuleba said.
According to the minister, the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh shows that there are no frozen conflicts and the situation might escalate every moment.
Besides, Kuleba noted that war is always disaster and destruction.
Moreover, the foreign minister ordered the embassies of Ukraine in Azerbaijan and Armenia to assist the Ukrainian citizens who stay in these countries.
Earlier, the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine recommended that Ukrainians temporarily refrain from traveling to Armenia due to the escalated military conflict there.
The conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh broke out on September 27. Both sides claim very different figures when it comes to casualties. In particular, Armenia claims that the Azeri lost over 700 soldiers, 49 drones, four helicopters, 80 armored vehicles, one aircraft, and 82 cars. Azerbaijan denies the numbers of casualties on both sides claimed by Armenia, stating that Armenians lost 550 soldiers, 24 tanks and other armored vehicles, 18 drones and eight artillery systems.