ArmInfo. Statement of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on the impossibility of a settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict by one document shows the complexity of this problem, David Babayan, press secretary of the NKR head expressed such an opinion in a conversation to the correspondent of ArmInfo, referring to Lavrov's statement on the phased resolution of the Karabakh conflict. Despite the official position of the Armenian side on the package solution of the Karabakh conflict, Babayan nevertheless agreed with Lavrov that it takes time for a step-by-step solution of the problem that has become seriously complicated since the first Karabakh war. At the same time, Babayan stressed that what Lavrov said is fundamentally different from the "stage-by-stage" option that Azerbaijan insists on. "Azerbaijan insists on the stage-by-stage occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh," Babayan said. According to him, it takes a certain amount of time to eliminate the hatred that is sitting in the Azerbaijani society towards the Armenians, establish contacts, and create prerequisites for dialogue. "Yes, I would like to emphasize once again that there is no hatred towards Azerbaijanis in the Armenian society, we do not consider the Azerbaijani people to be our enemy, for us the enemy is the Azerbaijani authorities propagandizing the fascist and Nazi ideology, but fascism is hated not only to us, but to all civilized countries, "said the representative of the NKR head. At the same time, he stressed that official Stepanakert repeatedly stated the need to implement concrete steps to strengthen confidence-building measures between the parties, including the introduction of confidence-building mechanisms on the contact line, the expansion of the mandate of the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, the establishment of contacts at the level of civil societies of the two countries, the diversion of snipers from the line of contact, the implementation of certain projects on the sharing of water resources. "This is correct from the point of view of passing some stages to achieve a long-term peace." There is no other option, "Babayan said. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated at a January 15 press conference that the Nagorno Karabakh issue cannot be resolved once and for all in one document. "This problem in one document will not be solved once and for all." A step-by-step approach is needed that will reflect an agreement on what is possible and will determine the ways of working on issues that require additional discussion in the interests of achieving a final settlement, including the status of Nagorno-Karabakh. So, it's up to the parties, "Lavrov said.