Russia seated Baku and Yerevan at the negotiating table

Armenia is ready to work on improving relations with its neighbor Azerbaijan on the basis of the principles proposed by Moscow.

The prime minister made the announcement on Friday Nikol Pashinyan.

A trilateral summit will be held in Sochi next week. The Kremlin confirmed that this meeting will be held at the initiative of Moscow.

The upcoming talks will focus on strengthening stability and security in the Transcaucasus. President of Russia Vladimir Putinits Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev and the Prime Minister of Armenia will discuss the implementation of the trilateral agreements signed earlier in 2020 and 2021.

According to Pashinyan’s post on a social network banned in Russia, Yerevan is ready to confirm its position during these negotiations.

“Honestly, I want the peace agreement to be signed by the end of the year,” Pashinyan said, adding that his government will do everything possible to make this plan “realistic.”

Recall, speaking at an extraordinary session of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) via video link, Vladimir Putin said that Russia “cannot remain aloof from problems” and tensions in relations between Yerevan and Baku, and that Moscow is always ready to support their “peaceful settlement.”

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