Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with President of the European Council Charles Michel in New York, the press service of the Armenian government reported.
The Prime Minister spoke about Azerbaijan's large-scale aggression against Armenia, which resulted in the occupation of Armenia's sovereign territories.
The Prime Minister noted the need for the international community, including the European Union, to clearly and purposefully assess the Azerbaijani aggression and the immediate withdrawal of Azerbaijani units from the sovereign territory of the Republic of Armenia.
Pashinyan also touched upon Azerbaijan's gross violations of international humanitarian law and the shelling of civilians and infrastructure.
Charles Michel expressed concern over the continued tension on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border and stressed the importance of resolving regional issues through peaceful negotiations. The President of the European Council reaffirmed his readiness to promote dialogue and peace.