The National Assembly, the lower house of the French Parliament, debated the notorious draft resolution against Azerbaijan, APA reports.
The draft's authors called for "the French government to collaborate with the EU and the United States in the preparation of a peace treaty between Azerbaijan and Armenia" in the one-article resolution.
At the same time, the French government is urged to "increase efforts at the EU level to demonstrate a unified position with the aim of normalizing relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia."
"Azerbaijan and other regional actors should respect Armenia's independence and territorial integrity," it was stressed.
It is suggested that Armenia submit an appeal to the International Criminal Court to combat impunity.
The French government is requested to "increase efforts to ensure the safety of the Armenian population of Nagorno Karabakh".
The draft's authors urged the French government to "boost humanitarian aid to Armenia" and "use all possible means to safeguard Armenia's religious and cultural heritage."
The draft resolution was debated and adopted unanimously. The document was supported by all 256 of the deputies who voted.
Notably, the French Senate did the same thing not long ago, passing a controversial draft resolution against Azerbaijan.