Armenian Prime Minister says there is some progress in resuming the negotiation process on the Karabakh issue.
“Representatives of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs, the Foreign Ministers of Russia and France, and the US Deputy Secretary of State issued a joint statement. There are important emphases in that statement. The will and desire to work together on the settlement of the Karabakh conflict and to restore a full-fledged negotiation process was reaffirmed,” PM Nikol Pashinyan said in an address to the nation.
According to him, this is another important factor in strengthening the ceasefire and cessation of hostilities in the November 9 statement.
“Under these conditions, of course, the service of our soldiers will become safer. At the moment, there is virtually no border tension. The aftermath of the war has raised some questions about the living conditions of our soldiers, and we are now actively working on those issues. Of course, there are difficult issues, there are difficult situations, but the global issue is the following. What are we going to do, are we going to give up under that weight? No, we are not going. And we must be able to bear that weight with dignity and overcome the burdens,” the Prime Minister said.