Brussels has not abandoned the idea of holding another quadrilateral meeting between the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan, France, and the President of the European Council.
A diplomatic source of RFE/RL in the European Union informed that they are still in contact with the Armenian and Azerbaijani sides to organize a new meeting.
"It is important" for President Charles Michel of the European Council, the source added.
But a specific date for these talks has not yet been announced.
Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev had announced that the meeting scheduled for December 7 in Brussels will not take place due to the position of the Armenian side.
He had emphasized, "[Armenian PM Nikol] Pashinyan agreed to meet only with the participation of French President [Emmanuel] Macron. It means that the meeting will not take place."
Also, the Azerbaijani leader had claimed that France, adopting an "anti-Azerbaijani biased position," can no longer participate in the Armenian-Azerbaijani peace process.
In response, Armenia announced that it is ready to continue these negotiations under the aforesaid format.