“Their joint affirmation of their commitment to the process of negotiations, plus their agreement to strengthen the ceasefire regime to prevent incidents on the line of contact and the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, are common sense steps that have long been advocated by the Minsk Group Co-Chairs, and which strongly suggest to me that the two presidents felt comfortable and perhaps even positive toward each other in a personal sense,” noted Bryza.
He went on to add that these sorts of positive personal feelings are essential to reinvigorating the negotiation process and a key prerequisite toward eventually building some degree of mutual trust, which is a prerequisite for any breakthrough in negotiations.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had a conversation on the sidelines of the CIS Summit in Dushanbe.
The parties affirmed their commitment to the process of negotiations on the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the strengthening of the ceasefire regime for preventing incidents on the line of contact and Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
The parties decided to develop mechanisms for building prompt contacts between relevant authorities.
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