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 Friday, December 13 2019 13:25
Marianna Mkrtchyan

Vladimir Karapetyan did not comment on the statement of the Foreign  Minister of Azerbaijan on Karabakh

Vladimir Karapetyan did not comment on the statement of the Foreign  Minister of Azerbaijan on Karabakh

ArmInfo. Spokesman for the Prime Minister of Armenia Vladimir Karapetyan did not comment on the statement by the Azerbaijani Foreign Minister on the negotiation  process around the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict,  advising him to turn to the Foreign Ministry.

So, on December 12, in an interview with journalists on the sidelines  of the Third meeting of the Russian- Armenian Lazarevsky Club,  Karapetyan asked journalists to comment on Mammadyarov's statements,  assured that he did not have enough information on this issue. "In  order to give a proper reaction, I believe that a deeper study of  Mammadyarov's statement is needed, I studied it superficially. Yes,  and I think that the answer to your question should be given by the  direct negotiator - the head of the Armenian Foreign Ministry Zohrab  Mnatsakanyan or the press Foreign Ministry service, "concluded  Karapetyan.

It should be noted that Mamedyarov said on the eve of an interview  with an Azerbaijani television channel that various documents  appeared during the negotiations on the Armenian side, the last of  which is the Lavrov Plan. Lavrov's Plan is the result of intense  discussions some two years ago in Moscow. But it is still based on  the Madrid principles. There is a statement by the co-chairs of the  OSCE Minsk Group on March 9, 2019, which just defines the vision of  mediators to move forward in the negotiations. The essence is very  simple - phasing. At the first stage, the withdrawal of troops, the  return of the Azerbaijani population, ensuring security, establishing  communications. Therefore, our proposal to the Armenian side can be  described as "a world with the prospect of prosperity," "the minister  said. 

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