George Tsereteli called on the parties to the Karabakh conflict to resolve disagreements and find a common language
ArmInfo. OSCE PA President George Tsereteli called on the parties to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to resolve disagreements and find a common language.
Tsereteli assured that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the South
Caucasus is in the center of attention of the whole world, including
According to APA, the head of the OSCE PA also expressed his attitude
to the statement of the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan. He
said in particular: "I believe that such statements, which are not
aimed at resolving the conflict and are far from contributing to the
negotiations between the countries, always traumatize the peace
process. We want to hear more constructive statements and are waiting
for concrete steps. We need to resolve the disagreements and find
common language. Unfortunately, such statements, leading to
divergences and harming the resolution of the conflict, are a problem
in this direction. Solving the conflict requires strong political
will. Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict can only be
achieved within the international law. "
To note, Baku painfully responded to Pashinyan's statement made in
Stepanakert regarding the fact that "Artsakh is Armenia and that's
final". Baku at various levels issued a statement accusing Yerevan of
destructiveness and unwillingness to resolve the conflict, moreover,
undermining the negotiation process.