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The president of Azerbaijan said that Yerevan has not yet responded to Baku's proposal to sign a peace agreement. Ilham Aliyev said this during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in Baku, Azerbaijani media report.

"I am sure that our efforts will be positively accepted by Armenia and the long-term counteraction will end. Our proposal is to sign a peace agreement—but it has remained unanswered [by Yerevan]," Aliyev said.

According to him, Azerbaijan's goal is to establish peace in the South Caucasus.

At the same time, Aliyev once again accused Armenia of "failing to fulfill its obligations to open [regional] communications, transport Azerbaijani goods in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, and ensure the unimpeded transportation of people."

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