ArmInfo.Armenian Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan presented the agenda of the upcoming meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Elmar Mammadyarov on December 4 in Bratislava.
So, on December 2, in Yerevan at a joint press conference with a colleague from Jordan, Mnatsakanyan, answering the corresponding question, noted that a set of issues of Karabakh settlement will be discussed at the upcoming meeting in Bratislava. "There is a single package of issues related to the settlement and issues related to the environment in which the process is taking place. All of this in combination is important. Our position is known. Our priorities are the security of Nagorno-Karabakh and its status," Mnatsakanyan emphasized.
At the same time, the Armenian minister stated that recently a modest result has been achieved, apparently implying an exchange of visits by journalists. At the same time, Mnatsakanyan noted that work in this direction will be continued.
The Armenian Foreign Minister also pointed out the importance of introducing confidence-building mechanisms and measures to reduce escalation risks.
In this regard, he recalled the reaction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia in connection with the wounding of a soldier on the contact line of troops, where the position is clearly reflected.
Foreign Ministry. Noting once again the importance of implementing mechanisms and measures to strengthen the atmosphere of trust, and contributing to the reduction of escalation risks, Mnatsakanyan indicated their importance for Yerevan.
Meanwhile, in response to a question about domestic political processes in Azerbaijan, the Armenian Foreign Minister again emphasized Yerevan's commitment to a peaceful settlement, demonstrating the seriousness of participation in the peace process over the past year and a half. "As for the processes within Azerbaijan, I will refrain from commenting," Mnatsakanyan summed up.