Pashinyan announced Armenia’s interest in a peace treaty with Baku

Pashinyan disagreed with him and stated that there was still an unresolved problem of “ hostages and other detainees. Peace talks are complicated by the ongoing shootings between the military of Azerbaijan and Armenia. “Of course, we are interested in starting negotiations on this topic,” Pashinyan stressed Nikol Pashinyan Armenia is ready to sign a peace treaty with Azerbaijan, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at a press conference. Pashinyan stressed that Yerevan did not refuse and does not refuse to speak on this topic. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated that Armenia is interested in a peace treaty with Baku The Prime Minister recalled that Armenia itself stated that it wants to open an “era of peaceful development” and does not refuse to discuss a peace treaty. During the talks, Aliyev said that almost all points of the November 2020 agreement have been fulfilled, except for the unblocking of communications. Recently, the co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group proposed an agenda for negotiations, one of the points of which was the issue of a comprehensive peace settlement. He noted that Armenia is in favor of opening communications in the region and added that the prerequisites for achieving this were at the meetings in Sochi and Brussels. ; pleased and said so at the briefing. Pashinyan, in turn, in November called Baku’s statements that Yerevan ignored the offer to sign the treaty as strange … “ We have talked about this dozens of times, isn't this an initiative of Azerbaijan? '' “ But then statements were made that made us think that we both did not understand each other, '' & mdash; the prime minister emphasized. Subscribe to RBC's Instagram Get news faster than anyone Истoчник rbc.ru The parties accuse each other of escalating the situation at the border. The meeting between Pashinyan, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Russian President Vladimir Putin took place in Sochi on November 26. In July, Aliyev announced the final settlement of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh and said that “ now is the time to think about peace. When we talk about the complete restoration of the negotiation process, when we are involved in the negotiation process, our goal is – & mdash; sign a peace treaty & raquo;, & mdash; he argued. '' After the talks, Aliyev said that Baku seeks to improve relations with Yerevan and begin the stage of “ normal interaction. The main topics at the talks were the restoration of transport links in the region, as well as the creation of a commission on delimitation and demarcation of the border. Armenia and Azerbaijan this summer and autumn have repeatedly sent each other proposals to enter into negotiations on the signing of a peace agreement. '' Speaking at a press conference on December 24, Pashinyan mentioned the Sochi meeting and said that he returned to Armenia after it. “ Of course, we are interested in starting negotiations on this topic and in signing the peace treaty itself. '' In August, he reported that he offered Armenia to sign a peace treaty, but, according to him, the state leadership did not respond. According to him, it would be illogical if Armenia abandoned the idea of ​​concluding peace with Azerbaijan, after “ proclaiming that it wants to open an era of peaceful development. And yes, we are interested in this', & mdash; explained the head of government (quoted by News.am). '' Comprehensive Solution and Comprehensive Peace one of the most important goals of Armenia '', & mdash; stressed the Prime Minister.