European Council President Charles Michel told reporters at the entrance of the informal European Union (EU) leaders' summit in Granada, Spain, that he had invited Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian to Brussels.
Michel said that the leaders responded positively to the invitation and announced that a trilateral meeting would be held in Brussels at the end of the month.
Yesterday, on the margins of the European Political Community (EPC) meeting, the leaders of the Council of the EU, Armenia, France, and Germany met in Granada and in a joint statement afterward emphasized their support for the normalization process.
At the meeting, which Aliyev did not attend, the leaders underlined the urgent need to move forward on border demarcation, the mutual return of detainees, the fate of those whose fate is unknown, and the need to make progress on demining.
Source: Anadolu Agency