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Nothing new in Karabakh peace process, Armenia's acting PM says
2018-12-19 19:25:54

Ani Minasyan
Public Radio of Armenia

There is nothing new in the Karabakh conflict settlement process,  Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has said.

Speaking to reported in Dilijan, Pashinayn commented on Azerbaijani Foreign Minister’s statement that an agreement has been reached between the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan.

“In Milan the top diplomats of Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed on a joint statement, something the parties had not managed to for a long time,” the acting Pm, said.

He said there is nothing new in the process.

Nikol Pashinyan today met with the participants of Neruzh - a startup program for young Diaspora Armenians.

The interactive programme for young entrepreneurs of Armenian descent, aged 18-35 aims to advance their businesses by enriching their knowledge base, expanding network, and receiving funding after pitches.

The event that takes places at  UWC Dilijan aims to create an opportunity for young Armenian entrepreneurs from Diaspora to bring startups to Armenia and enhance startup ecosystem in the country.

“We speak much about giving the Diaspora an opportunity. Today I will not formulate the issue this way, because I don’t want to create an impression that we give the Diaspora youth a chance, ignoring young people living in Armenia,” Nikol Pashinyan said.

“The key point of our revolution is that the border has been abolished, there is no longer Armenia and the Diaspora, there is one whole Armenian nation and our task is to record it,” the acting PM stated.