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In an October 9th letter to President Bush, he argued that Section 907 and the Turkish and Azerbaijani blockades of Armenia have been interlinked through the life of this conflict, and are part of the overall package of issues that require resolution.
Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act, a provision of law enacted in 1992, restricts certain forms of direct U.S. assistance to the government of Azerbaijan until the President certifies to Congress that it has taken "demonstrable steps" to lift its blockades against Armenia and Nagorno Karabagh.
The most direct means of removing the Section 907 restrictions in a manner consistent with our long-term interests in the stability of the Caucasus is for Azerbaijan to immediately cease its blockades and abandon the offensive use of force against Armenia and Nagorno Karabagh.
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