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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hosted Azerbaijani counterpart Jeyhun Bayramov and Armenian counterpart Ararat Mirzoyan in Moscow on Friday to discuss a roadmap for normalizing relations between the two neighbors countries.

Opening the meeting, Lavrov said he expected his interlocutors to tell him about it steps that russia should take to contribute to the implementation of Tripartite agreements that ended the Second Karabakh War.

“we met A long time ago, and often of new Topics appeared. I hope it takes today’s meeting place in Constructive atmosphere and that you have direct dialogue will help Additional investigation results,” He said.

Lavrov suggested focusing in Triangular shape on The possibilities that Russia has can be used to determine it steps for Normalization between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

“We are totally interested in stability and peace in this region (South Caucasus), where Russia’s interests are located directly Concerned, we will follow up on implementation of solutions that would lead to achieve stability.”

Lavrov called on Diplomats to address humanitarian issues, open transport and economic relations, the agreement on text of a future peace treaty.

Before of the meeting minister also Hold separate bilateral meetings with Senior Armenian and Azerbaijani diplomats.

Lavrov proposed, together with the Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Bayramov, to discuss issues related to arranging a presidential meeting.

For his part, Permov thanked Russia for maintain memory of Azerbaijani leader Heydar Aliyev and the organization events to celebrate its centenary.

he also Lavrov called for a discussion of the bilateral agenda, which is “always very intense” due to the close cooperation between Azerbaijan and Russia.

in conversations with Armenian Foreign Minister Mirzoyan Lavrov urged solutions for three “key“The issues – a peace treaty, the abolition of communications and the demarcation of borders.

For his part, Mirzoyan said that Yerevan is committed to the tripartite agreements of leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia.

However, Paco charged of Violating the agreement, naming the facility by this name of Border checkpoint on Lachin Road.

Yerevan is becoming increasingly frustrated over What do you call Moscow? failure to protect Armenia in the face of a military Threat from Azerbaijan.

with faltering Russia down in Ukraine and unwilling to strain relations with Azerbaijan key Türkiye’s ally, the United States and the European Union have sought to guide the talks.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev were on Sunday met in Brussels for a new round of talks hosted by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.

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