Armenia presented a comprehensive peace treaty to Azerbaijan to end the decades-old conflict between the Caucasus neighbors over Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan made the announcement At the cabinet meeting in Yerevan Thursday.
“the final And complete version of an agreement with Our proposals have been overdelivered, Pashinyan said.
The two countries They fought two wars for controls of The Azerbaijani enclave inhabited by Armenians demands dozens of thousands of spirits.
Since then, internationally mediated peace talks between the former Soviet republics have yielded little, if any, results result.
he added That Yerevan finished Wednesday “another stage of a job on a project of Peace treaty and on establish (diplomatic) relations.” with Baku.
Pashinyan claimed that “the document must be acceptable to Azerbaijan … its signing must lead to lasting peace.”
agreement would provide for Monitoring mechanisms on both sides to prevent breaches of peace.
Copies have been sent to the organization for security and cooperation in European members (OSCE) are Russia, the United States and France.
these countries They are co-chairs of Minsk group set up of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 1992 to search for a peaceful solution to the conflict.
the announcement It came after Yerevan accused Baku of Procedure “policy of ethnic cleansing” and forcing the Armenians to leave region.
Since mid-December, prof group of Azerbaijani environmental activists allegedly blocked the only road linking Karabakh with Armenia in protest against illegal mining. in the area.
But according to Yerevan, the blockade led to “full- a humanitarian crisis in mountainous region facing a shortage of Food, medicine and fuel.
Armenia won the first The Nagorno-Karabakh war is over in 1994, Ctrl of the region. However, Azerbaijan has recovered a lot of Region in the second war in 2020.
Sporadic clashes have erupted since then, despite a peace deal brokered by Russia. However, Armenia has expressed its disappointment with the Russian peacekeepers in the region And he called for a international observer mission.