YEREVAN, MAY 29, ARTSAKHPRESS. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has said that Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev made several incomprehensible statements yesterday.
Aliyev had said that the delimitation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border must take place only under Azerbaijan’s terms.
PM Pashinyan said on May 29 that Aliyev’s latest statement requires a clarification, as to whether or not Aliyev is thus abandoning the Brussels agreements.
In Brussels, Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to reciprocally recognize each other’s territorial integrity of 29,800 square kilometers and 86,600 square kilometers respectively.
“In this regard, several statements made by the Azerbaijani President yesterday are at least incomprehensible. I think both Azerbaijan and international partners should at least clarify whether this means an abandoning of the agreements reached in Brussels. We must really get the answer to this question from our partners,” Pashinyan said.
The statement made by Aliyev is very close to constituting an abandoning, thus a clarification is required, Pashinyan said.