President of Armenia Armen Sarkissian told NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenerg that a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is possible, if NATO member Turkey stops interfering in the conflict, TASS reports.
“…There is a third party that is supporting Azerbaijan diplomatically and through serious military, participating in the operations and bringing Islamist terrorists to the region, and unfortunately, that third party is a NATO member. Unfortunately, here I must stress that this third party is Turkey,” Sarkissian said during a press conference following his meeting with the NATO Secretary General in Brussels.
According to Sarkissian, a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is possible, if Ankara stops interfering in the conflict. “If NATO member Turkey stopped being a party to the conflict, made its contribution to the ceasefire regime and understood that there is a need for a peaceful settlement, we would be able to maintain the ceasefire, after which we would sit at the negotiating table and find a peaceful resolution,” he added.