Putin Aliyev Discuss Karabagh

MOSCOW (AzerTag)–Russian President Vladimir Putin met with his Azeri counterpart Ilham Aliyev in Moscow on Tuesday–to discuss bilateral trade and political issues–including the Mountainous Karabagh conflict.

Aliyev expressed hoped that Russia–as a co-chair of the OSCE [Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe] Minsk Group [on Mountainous Karabagh] would make serious efforts to settle the Karabagh conflict.

Putin welcomed the continuation of presidential meetings between Armenia and Azerbaijan related to Karabagh–and said that Russia’stands ready to render active assistance in finding an acceptable settlement to the conflict.

"Russia welcomes continuation of Azeri-Armenian dialogue at various levels–primarily at the top level–and is prepared to render active assistance to the sides involved in the conflict–both bilaterally and as a co-chairman of the OSCE Minsk Group–in the search for a mutually acceptable solution and to act as guarantor of the prospective accord," a Russian presidential administration official pointed out.


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