Deputy PM believes postponed foreign ministerial with Azerbaijan in Washington D.C. to take place soon
YEREVAN, JUNE 9, ARMENPRESS. Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Khachatryan has said he believes the postponed foreign ministerial talks with Azerbaijan that were to take place in Washington D.C. will be held soon.
“I think that the postponed negotiations will take place in a short period of time,” Khachatryan told reporters.
Asked to specify whether Azerbaijan has responded to the Armenian proposals around a peace treaty, Khachatryan said it’s a working process and views are constantly being exchanged.
“If at some phase we submitted a proposal and we still don’t have Azerbaijan’s stance over it, or vice versa, this is a usual process. There’s no need to specifically observe anything here. What matters is that the sides are noting that the recent discussions and negotiations are bringing the views closer,” Khachatryan said.
The foreign ministerial talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan, scheduled for June 12 in Washington D.C., were postponed by Azerbaijan.