Armenia FM: If Azerbaijan adheres to Co-Chairs’ calls, Karabakh peace process can be put in practical course
A meeting of Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers has kicked off in Krakow, spokesperson for the Armenian Foreign Ministry Tigran Balayan tweeted.
Earlier Armenian foreign minister Edward Nalbandian met with the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs.
Nalbandian thanked the Co-Chairs for the initiative to organize a meeting between the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan, and stressed that, as always, the Armenian side participates in all meetings with a constructive mood, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.
He emphasized that Armenia, along with the Co-Chair countries, will continue to seek ways for the implementation of agreements reached at the Vienna, St. Petersburg and Geneva Summits, as well as the proposals of the Co-Chairs aimed at creating necessary conditions for the advancement of the negotiation process, particularly those related to the reduction of tension in the conflict zone, strict adherence to the trilateral ceasefire agreements of 1994 and 1995, expansion of the monitoring capabilities of the Office of the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, and establishment of a mechanism for investigation of ceasefire violations.