Armenia denies the language of threat and advocates a peaceful solution to the issue, said Armenian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Anna Naghdalyan.
Her remarks came at the request of Interfax following the statements of the Azerbaijani leadership on the peace process.
“The Karabakh conflict has three parties that have put their signatures on the armistice agreement.
Azerbaijan used to conduct negotiations with both Nagorno-Karabakh and the Republic of Armenia. Then Azerbaijan refused to negotiate with Nagorno-Karabakh. If now Azerbaijan refuses to negotiate with Armenia, it is unclear with whom this country will speak on the Karabakh conflict. Does Azerbaijan intend to resume talks with the Karabakh side or not? We do not know this," she noted.
"Armenia denies the language of threat and comes out from the standpoint of a peaceful solution to the problem."