Time in Yerevan: 11:07,   24 May 2024

Armenia has never agreed to provide extraterritorial corridor to Azerbaijan -Ruben Rubinyan

Armenia has never agreed to provide extraterritorial corridor to Azerbaijan -Ruben 
Rubinyan
YEREVAN, MARCH 1, ARMENPRESS. Armenia has never agreed to provide extraterritorial corridor to Azerbaijan, the deputy speaker of the National Assembly of Armenia, Ruben Rubinyan said on Friday at the Antalya Diplomacy Forum in Turkey.

"Armenia's position is that the unblocking of regional communications in the South Caucasus should take place based on the principles of sovereignty, legislation, territorial integrity, equality, and reciprocity.

 It's very simple, we agree to it, the President of Azerbaijan agrees to it, we put it on paper, and we implement it," said Rubinyan.

The deputy speaker of the National Assembly added that sometimes the terms used reveal the true intentions of those who use them. "For example, why has Armenia decided to call its initiative to unblock communications in the region 'Crossroads of Peace'? Because we want our region to be a crossroads of peace.

Azerbaijan continues to use the term "Zangezur Corridor". There is no territorial unit named "Zangezur" in the sovereign territory of Armenia, and Armenia has never agreed to give an extraterritorial corridor to Azerbaijan," said Rubinyan.








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