Armenian and Azerbaijani FMs may meet in July
Armenian and Azerbaijani Foreign Ministers may meet in the near future. The Armenian Foreign Minister, Eduard Nalbandyan, told journalists today that the meeting would presumably be held in July.
The Armenian FM also touched upon the resolution of the Karabakh conflict, underlying the importance of the Karabakh side’s involvement in the negotiation process.
“All documents will be made public one day and will indicate that: representatives of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) should be engaged in elaboration of the agreement per se, and the negotiations. On a side note, the aforesaid decision was made with the consent of the three co-chair countries. It’s virtually impossible to reach any agreement and make a decision without the Artsakh side,” the Armenian FM stated.
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