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 Friday, July 31 2020 15:33
Marianna Mkrtchyan

Yerevan: Artsakh should become a full-fledged participant in the  negotiations on the Karabakh settlement

Yerevan: Artsakh should become a full-fledged participant in the  negotiations on the Karabakh settlement

ArmInfo.  The Republic of  Artsakh should become a full-fledged participant in the negotiations  on the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

As the press service of the RA MFA told ArmInfo, the head of the  Armenian Foreign Ministry Zohrab Mnatsakanyan said this at a meeting  with Artsakh Foreign Minister Masis Mayilyan.

During the meeting, the interlocutors touched upon in detail the  tension that has developed in some areas of the Armenian-Azerbaijani  state border, as a result of aggressive actions taken by the  Azerbaijani armed forces since July 12 and steps taken to de-escalate  the situation.

The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Artsakh stressed the importance  of further strengthening the system of common security of the two  states and the steps taken in this direction. In this regard, the  parties stressed the inadmissibility of introducing a destabilizing  policy in the region and the need for its decisive rejection.

Mnatsakanyan stressed that the Republic of Artsakh should become a  full-fledged participant in the negotiations in discussing all issues  of the peace process - in discussions on the content, risk reduction,  humanitarian and other issues.

In the context of the resumption and advancement of the peace  process, the ministers identified as a priority the creation of an  environment conducive to peace, including the strengthening of the  ceasefire and its unconditional compliance, Azerbaijan's public  refusal to use force, the cessation of anti-Armenian rhetoric, as  well as the introduction of international monitoring mechanisms both  on the state border and on the line of contact.  The newly appointed  permanent representative of Artsakh in Armenia Sergey Ghazaryan also  took part in the meeting.

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