ArmInfo.What, in fact, is on the negotiating table between Armenia and Azerbaijan is quite transparent is presented publicly. Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan stated this on May 25 from the rostrum of the parliament during the government hour. At the same time, he stated that there are areas in which there is already some progress, and there are areas in which an attempt is being made to find out possible points of contact.
"There is some progress on the issue of delimitation and border security. Yesterday, as you know, the first meeting was held on the Armenian-Azerbaijani interstate border between Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Mher Grigoryan and Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Shahin Mustafayev in the format of joint work of commissions on delimitation and security of the border between RA and AR," Mirzoyan said, adding that there is already an agreement to organize the next meeting in Moscow.
As another area of cooperation with the Azerbaijani side, the RA Foreign Minister called the unblocking of transport communications. According to him, there is some concurrence of views on this issue as well.
"We have repeatedly spoken about this. I am ready to repeat again that all the roads that will be opened must remain under the sovereignty of the countries through which they pass, obey the legislation of the state through which they pass," the minister said, while expressing optimism for the upcoming process.
At the same time, the Armenian Foreign Minister noted that the Azerbaijani perceptions of the so-called "Zangezur corridor", its logic is unacceptable for the Armenian side.
"It seems that there is an understanding that this will not happen. Economic paths will be open, but with the mechanisms and parameters that are acceptable to us," the minister said.
Referring to the Armenian-Azerbaijani peace agreement, Mirzoyan noted that one can say that negotiations are underway in this issue. He noted that Armenia has its own position, Azerbaijan has its own, periodically certain mediators express their position. "And it's not that these positions always coincide, often they do not coincide at all, and negotiations are for this," the RA Foreign Minister summed up.