Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has presented his vision of a 'peace treaty' with Armenia.
Speaking at the forum, Aliyev listed the main provisions of the proposed document. According to Azerbaijani media reports, it should be based, according to Aliyev, on "five principles of international law."
"These principles include mutual recognition by countries of each other's territorial integrity, refraining from any territorial claims in the future, refraining from the use of force, delimitation of borders and opening of communications," Aliyev said.
These are the very provisions originally voiced by Baku. Armenia saod that it does not consider the proposed principles unacceptable, but considers them incomplete, and offered its own six points. They were obviously ignored in Azerbaijan.