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Intensification of Armenia’s efforts for peace with the Republic of Azerbaijan

The Prime Minister of Armenia said that he intends to intensify political and diplomatic efforts to sign a peace agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan.

According to the report of Fars News Agency International Group, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced his intention to intensify political and diplomatic efforts with the aim of signing a peace agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan.

At the end of October, Pashinyan said that he plans to conclude a peace agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan in the coming months. The comments came amid efforts to consolidate peace in the South Caucasus after Baku retook the Nagorno-Karabakh region from Armenians there.

Recently, “Nikolai Patrushev”, the secretary of the Russian Security Council, announced the country’s efforts to normalize relations between the Republic of Azerbaijan and Armenia. He stated that “Russia is interested in stabilizing the situation in the South Caucasus, creating conditions for the development of the region and strengthening mutual trust and cooperation”. The Secretary of the Security Council of Russia said that the goal of concluding a peace agreement between the two countries is to delimit the borders and open communication and transportation routes.

Also, Maria Zakharova, the spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry, said that Moscow is ready to hold a tripartite meeting of the foreign ministers of Russia, the Republic of Azerbaijan and Armenia in Moscow in the near future.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan previously said that an agreement was reached on three basic principles and if both sides, Yerevan and Baku, are committed to the agreed principles. This document will be signed soon.

Pashinyan emphasized that the first principle is the mutual recognition of territorial integrity; The second principle is that the parties agreed to delimit the border based on the Almaty declaration; This means that the administrative borders of the Soviet republics are now the state borders of the countries and therefore their immunity should be recognized. He mentioned the opening of regional relations based on the principle of equality and reciprocity, as the third principle. The mountains have been involved. The two countries do not have diplomatic relations and their common border is extremely strong.

In September, the Republic of Azerbaijan launched a lightning operation to take back this region, which is internationally recognized as belonging to Baku, but controlled by Armenians under the protection of Armenia since the 1990s. Did. This operation led to mass exodus of almost 120,000 Armenians from Karabakh to Armenia. The two countries have since expressed interest in signing a peace accord, although no tangible progress has been made.

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