Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met in Moscow to discuss the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict. Putin first held separate bilateral meetings with Aliyev and Pashinyan at the Kremlin Palace. Expressing his gratitude for the invitation to the meeting, Putin said, "I hope this will be a good prologue for the practical solution of some of the issues we have been talking about for a long time."
Noting that they made many achievements at the meeting held in this format, Putin reminded that the conflicts ended in 2020, and work on the opening of economic and transport links and the demarcation of borders began.
"However, in the opinion of all three of us, the Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Azerbaijan, these are surmountable obstacles, in general, these problems do not exist, these are purely technical issues," Putin said.
Putin proposed that the Deputy Prime Ministers of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia meet a week later to discuss and resolve these issues, and received the approval of Aliyev and Pashinyan to hold this meeting next week.
Source: Anadolu Agency