The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry addressed letters to the UN and OSCE Secretary Generals, as well as foreign ministers of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chair member states and all its other members following the statements of the Armenian Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, the spokesperson for Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry Leyla Abdullayeva said.
According to her, Azerbaijan considers the statement of the Armenian prime minister as an attempt to further aggravate the situation.
The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry addressed letters to the UN and OSCE Secretary Generals, as well as the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chair member states' FMs and all its other members, which detailed the danger of the current situation created by Pashinyan’s statements, she said.
According to her, the Azerbaijani side considers the recent statements of the PM as a transition of the ‘red line’ behind which there is an even greater aggravation of the situation.
Yesterday, Armenian FM Zohrab Mnatsakanyan said that the Armenian Prime Minister clearly formulated the position of the Armenian side on Artsakh issue after the PM said in Stepanakert that Artsakh is Armenia.
The prime minister elaborated on the goals of Armenia until 2050, and said “many will ask, why is nothing said about Artsakh? The answer is simple - because Artsakh is Armenia, and that’s all.”