ArmInfo. The idea voiced by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, that the resolution of the Karabakh conflict should be acceptable for the peoples of Armenia and Artsakh and Azerbaijan, is not alien to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. This was stated by the Chairman of the RA NA Standing Committee on Defense and Security Andranik Kocharian at a press conference on October 21, summing up the results of the participation of the Armenian delegation in the 65th session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
He recalled that Stoltenberg, responding to a question from the Armenian delegation, pointed to the unacceptability of a military solution to the Karabakh conflict. In addition, the NATO Secretary General expressed his regret that this issue has not yet been finalized. "We pointed out a statement by Nikol Pashinyan that the resolution of the Karabakh conflict should be acceptable to the peoples of Armenia, Artsakh and Azerbaijan. This idea, in my opinion, was at least not alien to Stoltenberg. I think it should get its political formulations and, be maybe in the future it can be used by members of the OSCE Minsk Group as a format, "Kocharian said.
We add that the 65th session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly was held in London on October 12-14.