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Armenia's intention to accomplish peace agreement with Azerbaijan remains unchanged

16 November 2023 [12:45] - TODAY.AZ
Abbas Ganbay

Armenia's political will to conclude a peace treaty with Azerbaijan in the coming months remains unshakeable, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said in the country's parliament, Azernews reports.

"The three main principles of peace, in fact, have been agreed upon with Azerbaijan, and this agreement was reached during negotiations, particularly during trilateral meetings in Brussels," he said.

The Minister noted that it is about mutual recognition of each other's territorial integrity on the basis of maps of the USSR General Staff. The next principle of the peace treaty is to unblock regional communications on the basis of recognising sovereignty and jurisdiction.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had told the European Parliament in Strasbourg that he was ready to sign a peace deal with Azerbaijan by the end of the year, even as Baku accused Yerevan of undermining the process of normalising their relations. The Armenian PM added in his statement that his country's policy was ready to end more than three decades of hostilities and to guarantee the safety of ethnic Azerbaijanis in Armenia.

However, later, Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry accused Pashinyan of undermining the peace process with aggressive rhetoric, in which it resorted to blunt falsification of facts and history.


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