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Kremlin: Armenia, Azerbaijan moving towards bringing peace treaty to finish line


Armenia and Azerbaijan are moving towards bringing the peace treaty to the finish line, said Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the Russian president, RIA Novosti reported.

“We [i.e. Russia] really document that the [two] countries are moving in the direction of bringing the peace treaty to the finish line. We hope that it will happen as soon as possible; of course, not to the detriment of quality. Therefore, together with everyone, we are waiting for when that work will be completed. The main thing is that we see the presence of [respective] political will on both sides, both in Baku and Yerevan. And of course, we support it,” Peskov told reporters.

He noted that the signing of the aforesaid peace treaty will be useful for the peace and stability in both countries and the entire region.

The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan did not negotiate in Saint Petersburg, Russia on Tuesday, but all of them had the opportunity to have short contacts, Peskov noted.

“No, they did not hold negotiations yesterday. But such events, including the informal CIS summit, are always a good opportunity for short contacts on foot; it happened like that this time as well. Everyone had the opportunity to communicate on foot with each other on some key moments,” said the Kremlin spokesperson.


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