Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on the essential ideas for a peace treaty however are nonetheless “speaking different diplomatic languages”, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated on Saturday.
This is in line with Russia’s TASS news company.
The two nations have been at odds for many years, most notably over the breakaway Azerbaijani area of Nagorno-Karabakh, which Baku’s forces recaptured in September, prompting a mass exodus of ethnic Armenians from it.
But Pashinyan stated there had been some progress in talks over a peace treaty regardless that he was cited as saying that the 2 nations nonetheless usually struggled to agree on some issues.
“We have good and bad news about the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace process,” TASS quoted Pashinyan as saying in Yerevan.
“It is nice that the essential ideas of peace with Azerbaijan have been agreed.
“This happened through the mediation of the head of the European Council, Charles Michel, as a result of my meetings with Azerbaijan’s president in Brussels,” Pashinyan stated.
“The most important bad news is that we still speak different diplomatic languages and very often do not understand each other,” Pashinyan stated.
Pashinyan stated Armenia had additionally proposed swapping all Armenian prisoners for all Azerbaijani prisoners, TASS reported.
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