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Naghdalyan: OSCE PA President in his interview to Azerbaijani media  did not touch upon statements by Armenian leadership

Naghdalyan: OSCE PA President in his interview to Azerbaijani media  did not touch upon statements by Armenian leadership

ArmInfo. OSCE PA President George Tsereteli in his interview to the Azerbaijani media did not mention the statements of the Armenian leadership. This was announced  at the press conference in Yerevan on September 13 by Anna  Naghdalyan, Spokeswoman for the Armenian Foreign Ministry.

According to her, this was also stated during the meeting of  Tsereteli with the RA Ambassador to Georgia Ruben Sadoyan. In  addition, today it became known that the Azerbaijani media edited  their publications regarding the statement of the OSCE PA President.

"Tsereteli during the meeting including with the Armenian side  reaffirmed support for the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group, and also  noted the importance of creating an appropriate atmosphere for the  peace process," Naghdalyan said. She noted that this is not the first  time that the Azerbaijani side is distorting statements by senior  officials on the Karabakh issue, which does not contribute to  maintaining the image of the Azerbaijani media, and contains elements  of propaganda.

As ArmInfo previously reported, citing Azerbaijani media, 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  taking place in the South Caucasus is in the center of attention of  the whole world, including the OSCE.

According to APA, the head of the OSCE PA allegedly expressed his  attitude to the statement of the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol  Pashinyan that it "does not pursue the goal of resolving the  conflict, is far from contributing to the negotiations between the  countries and traumatizes the peace process".

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