Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that during his upcoming trip to Prague he will meet with the presidents of Azerbaijan and Turkey, Ilham Aliyev and Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Addressing lawmakers in parliament Wednesday, Pashinyan explained that the meeting with Aliyev will also included President Emmanuel Macron of France and Charle Michel, the President of the European Council.
Pashinyan is traveling to Prague later this week to take part in European Union summit, on the margins of which he will also meet with Erdogan.
“I am traveling to Prague to participate in the European Political Community summit. A four-person meeting is planned there between myself, the Azerbaijani President, the French President and the President of the European Council. A meeting with the Turkish President is also planned. We had announced about a possibility of this meeting. If nothing changes, these will be the main meetings that essentially fit into the general discussion of the peace agenda,” Pashinyan told Parliament.
Pashinyan also told lawmakers that after Prague, he plans to travel to St. Petersburg, Russia to take part in the summit of Commonwealth of Independent State leaders.