MondayJanuary 26
  • USD 471.02
  • EUR 529.14
  • RUB 7.36

Karabakh president meets OSCE mediators

19:54, 03.03.2012 Region: Armenia, Karabakh Theme: Politics

On 3 March Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic President Bako Sahakyan met co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk group Robert Bradtke (USA), Igor Popov (Russian Federation) and Jacques Faure (France), president’s press service informes Armenian

At the beginning Bako Sahakyan congratulated Jacques Faure on his appointment as a co-chairman and wished him efficient work.

Thereafter the parties discussed issues related to the current stage and prospects of the Azerbaijani-Karabagh conflict settlement.

Touching upon the settlement of relations with Azerbaijan President Sahakyan underlined that the position of official Stepanakert remains unchanged. It will be impossible to reach comprehensive settlement of the conflict without restoration of the full-fledged format of negotiations and direct participation of the Nagorno Karabagh Republic at all stages of the process. At the same time the President made a special emphasis on the fact that there could be no doubts about the independence of Artsakh or even the slightest weakening of the republic's security.

The parties discussed also issues related to the situation along the line contact.

Artsakh Republic acting foreign minister Vassily Atajanyan was present at the meeting.

Armenia News -

More in topic

Azerbaijan awaits new proposals on Karabakh peace talks – newspaper

The Armenian President has given his prior consent to a meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart…

Iran expects political decision from US

Javad Zarif met with Secretary of State John Kerry...

Analyst: No increased degree of tension between Azerbaijan and Armenia

The incidents occurring in border area are “a part of the current situation”...

MEPs elect Jean-Claude Juncker to head EU Commission

Despite strong opposition earlier from UK…

Israel resumes air strikes on Gaza

Israel stopped air strikes for six hours...

Armenian MPs visit UK

They were at Oxford University, too…

Partner news