May 23
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Azerbaijan and Armenia have a common idea of what the peace treaty should be, Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev stated at the international forum themed “COP29 and Green Vision for Azerbaijan” on Tuesday APA reports

According to the Azerbaijani president, "we are closer to the solution of the problem than ever."

"Now we have a general idea of what the peace agreement should look like. We just need to work out the details. However, of course, both sides need time," Aliyev added.

According to the logic of the Azerbaijani authorities, however, it turns out that it is only about unilateral concessions from the Armenian side, which is why the Azerbaijani president makes optimistic assessments.

According to Aliyev, the achievement of an agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia, at least on fundamental principles, before COP29 seems quite realistic. Aliyev believes that reaching an agreement on fundamental principles is another option. And in the future, time can be spent to elaborate the provisions.

"Before that, the draft agreement may even be ready. I think that both sides should work wholeheartedly for this," Aliyev said.

After making optimistic statements, however, the Azerbaijani president moved on to reproaches and accusations against Armenia.

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