If Yerevan wants peace, then it should start negotiating with Baku on the delimitation of the state border, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said on Saturday.
His remarks came during the reception of newly appointed non-resident ambassadors of ten countries, Minval.az reported.
“If Armenia wants peace, we also need a peace agreement. If Armenia wants war, it will get the same result as last autumn. If Armenia wants peace, they should start negotiations on delimitation with us. If they don't, they will regret it,” the president said.
He also noted that Armenia rejects Azerbaijan's proposal for a peace agreement.
“Unfortunately, the Armenian government does not respond to our open statements about our readiness to start negotiations on a peace agreement with Armenia. The Armenian government also ignores our proposal, which is supported by major international parties, to start negotiations on the delimitation of the state border with Armenia. We do not understand this,” Aliyev said.