ArmInfo. There is no final agreement with Baku, the details must be agreed upon. As the Armenian media report without citing a source, this was stated by representative from Nagorno-Karabakh, member of the NKR Parliamentary Commission for External Relations, David Melkumyan, following the meeting in Yevlakh.
He emphasized that the Armenian population of Artsakh agreed to a truce with Baku, but the conditions still need to be worked out. "We have an agreement to cease hostilities, but we are waiting for a final agreement, negotiations continue," Melkumyan noted.
At the same time, the representative of the President of Azerbaijan for special assignments Elchin Amirbekov said after the meeting that it is difficult to expect the resolution of all problems between the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan in one meeting.
<I believe that today's negotiations in Yevlakh are the first of many meetings. One should not expect that all problems will be resolved in one meeting," he emphasized.
At the same time, Amirbekov admitted that the negotiations in Yevlakh could lead to the conclusion of a peace treaty between Baku and Yerevan. In this vein, he noted that the draft document has already been transferred to Armenia.
We think that this dialogue can have a positive impact on the peace process between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The two countries have begun discussing a peace treaty that could end decades of crisis and hostility," said the Azerbaijani representative.
According to him, formats for the "reintegration" of the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh were discussed at the meeting. He explained that the peace treaty will contain five points, in particular, both countries will be obliged not to interfere in each other's affairs.
"We have handed over a draft peace agreement to the Armenian side, we are waiting for their reaction," Amirbekov said, clarifying that a separate agreement with the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh is not required.