Pashinyan offers talks on Karabakh. Azerbaijan's answer
On May 8, the Armenian parliament elected Nikolai Pashinyan as prime minister. Before his election, he declared his readiness to negotiate with Azerbaijan on the settlement of the Karabakh conflict, but on condition that representatives of the Nagorny Karabakh Republic itself take part in them.
According to him, “the settlement of the conflict will serve to ensure lasting peace and security in the region, creating opportunities for multilateral regional cooperation, which, first of all, will be used by the Armenian people.”
Recall, negotiations on the peaceful settlement of the conflict in the framework of the OSCE Minsk Group have been conducted since 1992. No major decisions have yet been taken.
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