ArmInfo. "Georgia's number one priority is to ensure peace and security in our region. Based on this goal, our country has always tried to play the role of a mediator with our southern friends," Georgian Foreign Minister Ilya Darchiashvili said.
According to the minister, this process will continue.
"The fact that concrete tangible results were achieved last year with the active participation of the Prime Minister, this process continued, a few months ago we received two foreign ministers in Georgia (Armenia and Azerbaijan - ed. note), also shows that we have special confidence among our friends. In the future, we are always ready for Georgia, Tbilisi to be a place where our southern neighbors can conduct a calm and peaceful dialogue, so that they get concrete results from these negotiations and establish peace and stability in our region," the Georgian minister said, Georgian First Channel reports.
At the same time, Darchiashvili added that Tbilisi does not have any preconditions in this process. "The only offer we made to our neighbors is that at any time they want, we are ready to receive them in our country and help, if necessary, to strengthen the dialogue and deepen this process to achieve peace in the region," Ilia Darchiashvili concluded.
We also add that yesterday, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said that it is important to create a single Azerbaijan-Georgia-Armenia negotiation platform, that is, in a trilateral format from the point of view of ensuring peace and stability in the South Caucasus. He noted that energy, communications and other issues of mutual interest can also be discussed here.
It should be noted that on October 6, in Prague, as part of the first summit of the European Political Community, initiated by Macron, a quadripartite meeting of the leaders of France Emmanuel Macron, Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and President of the European Council Charles Michel was held.
Following the meeting, Armenia and Azerbaijan reaffirm their commitment to the UN Charter and the Alma-Ata Declaration of 1991, by which they mutually recognize each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty. Armenia agreed to assist in the implementation of the civil mission of the European Union on the border with Azerbaijan, with which it is ready to cooperate. The purpose of the mission is to build confidence and facilitate the work of the border commissions.