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Armenia wants peace in the region, and we are firmly committed to this peace agenda and are interested in the possibility of signing a peace agreement with Azerbaijan. Armenian Security Council Secretary Armen Grigoryan said today, November 18, at the opening of the OSCE PA fall session in Yerevan.

"Unfortunately, on September 19, Azerbaijan launched an attack on Nagorno-Karabakh, where ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Armenian population took place in the presence of Russian peacekeepers, and more than 100,000 Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh were forced to flee and come to Armenia," he stressed.

"Unfortunately, on September 19, Azerbaijan launched an attack on Nagorno-Karabakh, where ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Armenian population took place in the presence of Russian peacekeepers, and more than 100,000 Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh were forced to flee and come to Armenia," he stressed.

"In this context, the delimitation of the borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan plays a significant role in creating regional stability. Armenia has publicly and transparently stated that the Alma-Ata Declaration is a fundamental document, according to which Armenia and Azerbaijan should recognize each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty," he noted.

The Secretary of the RA Security Council recalled that on October 6, 2022, in Prague, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev reaffirmed their commitment to the Alma-Ata Declaration at a meeting facilitated by French President Emmanuel Macron and President of the European Council Charles Michel.

According to him, it is also noteworthy that during the latest talks, an agreement was reached to publicly recognize the exact size of each other's territories.

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