According to Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan, Yerevan is ready to hold a meeting between Armenian President Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani leader Heydar Aliyev within a reasonable time, with the mediation of the EU presidents.
Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan said that Yerevan has received an official response from Azerbaijan to the proposed draft peace agreement. Reported by TASS.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia also noted that Yerevan is ready to hold a meeting between President of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and President of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev within a reasonable time with the participation of President of the European Council Charles Michel and President of France Emmanuel Macron.
Mirzoyan also did not give details of the response he received.
The first meeting of diplomats did not bring success
Recall that Yerevan hopes to conclude a peace agreement with Azerbaijan by the end of 2022. Representatives of the Armenian side believe that delimitation should be done within the borders from 1991 onwards. Yerevan hopes for the help of the CSTO and promises to do everything to protect its interests.
According to Heydar Aliyev, the political will of the Armenian side is required for peace agreements. Although the first meeting of the diplomats of the two countries was not successful, he finds the current diplomatic efforts positive.
Previously Focus He reported that there were protests in Yerevan against the arrival of Putin and Lukashenko. The protesters held portraits of Putin and Lukashenko, as well as Ukrainian and American flags. The protesters chanted the following slogans: “Putin, Lukashenko – persona non grata”, “Russia – get out of Armenia!” and others.
Due to the protests against Putin in the Russian State Duma, Armenia was called an “illegal” and “anti-Russian” country. According to the deputy of United Russia, Yevgeny Fedorov, Armenia “illegally withdrew from the USSR”, therefore the Armenian question must be resolved according to the law.
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