Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov did not rule out new phone conversations with his Armenian counterpart Ararat Mirzoyan.
"After the meeting in Brussels in April, we had a telephone conversation with the Armenian Foreign Minister. It was related to the agreements reached at the Brussels meeting," Bayramov told reporters, Azerbaijani media reported.
He noted that Azerbaijan presented its approach to the delimitation commission to the opposite side. "These telephone talks are related to the implementation of the agreements reached at the meetings. At present, the date of the next telephone conversation has not been determined. However, I do not rule out holding new phone conversations if necessary," the Foreign Minister said.
Regarding the meeting in Brussels, Bayramov said that Baku considered it useful. "In the post-war period, the Azerbaijani state is taking consistent steps to normalize relations with Armenia. This is not just one step, but a process to which the meeting in Brussels contributes. We consider this meeting useful," the Azerbaijani Foreign Minister said.