Armenia’s acting Foreign Minister Ara Aivazian today held phone talks with Foreign Ministers of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan Siriojidin Mukhriddin and Ruslan Kazakbayev, as reported the news service of the Armenian MFA.
During the phone talks with his Tajik counterpart, the Armenian acting foreign minister highlighted the importance of the efforts aimed at maintaining stability and peace in Central Asia and voiced hope that it would be possible to prevent border clashes through the steps that are being taken. Aivazian also expressed condolences on the deaths of people recorded during the incident and wished the injured a speedy recovery. The parties also exchanged views on the upcoming events to be held within the scope of the chairmanship of Tajikistan in the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).
During talks with Foreign Minister of Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Kazakbayev, Aivazian underscored the importance of the efforts for maintenance of stability and peace in Central Asia and touched upon several issues on the bilateral agenda that were considered during the meeting held on the sidelines of the session of ministers of CIS countries on April 2.