Pashinyan announces schedule of upcoming meetings on Armenian-Azerbaijani settlement

A new round of negotiations between the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan will begin on June 12 in Washington, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said last Thursday evening at a meeting with the Armenian community of Moldova.

In addition, the head of the Armenian government informed, today, June 2, a meeting of the trilateral working group at the level of vice-premiers of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan on unblocking transport communications in the South Caucasus will be held in Moscow.

Nikol Pashinyan also confirmed the meeting with the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in Brussels on 21 July and an invitation to a five-party meeting in Granada, Spain on 5 October, which will host the third summit of the European Political Community (EPC).

I consider the Chisinau discussion useful, the prime minister said after the five-sided meeting held the day before with the participation of the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan, France, Germany and the President of the EU Council on the sidelines of the second ENP summit. According to him, Yerevan and Baku previously agreed to delimit the borders, based on the Soviet maps of 1975.

“We also discussed issues related to prisoners and missing persons, humanitarian issues. A detailed discussion took place on the part of dialogue and negotiations on the rights and security of the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh, and here our European partners expressed a definite position,” Pashinyan noted.

The talks in Moldova were a “good preparation” for the upcoming July 21 meeting in Brussels. This was stated at the end of the five-sided meeting by the Chairman of the Council EC Charles Michelindicating that the parties are intensively working to normalize relations.

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