There is one summary for S.Res.270. Bill summaries are authored by CRS.

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Introduced in Senate (03/11/1992)

Expresses the sense of the Senate that: (1) the United Nations (UN) Security Council should take up the issue of Nagorno-Karabakh (NK) to consider whether UN peacekeeping forces should be deployed to maintain order in the area; (2) a ceasefire between the warring parties should come into effect; (3) there should be free access to prisoners by foreign government representatives and independent human rights organizations; (4) foreign assistance extended to former Soviet republics, except for emergency and humanitarian aid, should be conditioned on the establishment of democratically elected governments and respect for internationally recognized human rights; (5) foreign assistance should be provided directly to NK, for both Armenian and Azerbaijani communities, through the assistance of impartial international organizations; (6) the human rights provisions of the September 23, 1991 communique negotiated at Zheleznovodsk between the Governments of Armenia and Azerbaijan should be fulfilled without delay by the parties; and (7) the U.S. Government should support and encourage the objectives of this resolution by all appropriate means.