“Moscow is ready to organize the tripartite meeting of Russian, Armenian, Azerbaijani Foreign Ministers soon,” Spokesperson for Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said, APA reports.
Commenting on the meeting of the Prime Ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia in Georgia on October 27, Zakharova noted that the Russian side hails any contacts that could eliminate the tension between Yerevan and Baku and in the region in general.
Russian Spokesperson noted that the tripartite agreements reached by the Russian, Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders in the period covering 2020-2022 are considered as the “road map” of the noramlization of relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Issues reflected in the documents include the signing of a peace treaty between the two countries, the opening of the economic and transport ties in the South Caucasus, delimitation of borders and dialogue at the level of civil society.
Source: Azeri-Press News Agency