Kremlin Confirms Meeting with Leaders of Azerbaijan, Iran, Russia

Turkish President Ilham Aliyev, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo: Tass)
Turkish President Ilham Aliyev, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo: Tass)

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo: Tass)

MOSCOW (Tass)—Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has confirmed that preparations are underway for the meeting between the leaders of Azerbaijan, Iran and Russia.

“Yes, preparations for such meeting are underway,” Peskov said on Friday. He did not specify the date and the location of the meeting noting that “we will inform you about it when the dates are finally coordinated and confirmed.”

Media earlier reported, citing Iranian sources, that a meeting between the presidents of Russia, Iran and Azerbaijan is planned to take place in Baku in July-August.

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  1. Ari said:

    A look at the picture makes one wonder how lovely these 3 oppressive regimes’ kings look together.

    Why the Armenian leadership places its faith in Russia and in particular Putin is beyond any logical explanation.

    Armenians should also recall history and remember that like their Turkish relatives, the Iranians were also oppressive in their mistreatment and contempt for the Christians as second class citizens.

  2. Assdig said:

    US, there you go. Get ready for a double U-turn by AZ. You put your eggs in one basket like AZ for the oil and you get a basket full of excrement, but then one knows this from the start and only hopes that the second basket will take a long time to be delivered. Unfortunately, not as long as hoped for by Chevron or BP.

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