Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan says the policy of the current Armenian authorities on Nagorno Karabakh differs from that of all other governments.
Speaking to reporters after the government’s swearing-in ceremony, the Prime Minister said his meetings with Ilham Aliyev are non-official and cannot be considered negotiations.
Nikol Pashinyan strongly rebuffed the “territories for peace” rumors.
“We cannot even discuss the ‘territories for peace’ formula,” he stated.
Pashinyan noted that today’s policy on Nagorno Karabakh differs from that of all previous governments.
“Drawing parallels and attempts to find any similarities with the previous policy are a delusion,” the Prime Minister assured.
Asked whether there is an initiative on the part of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs to give new impetus to the negotiation process, Pashinyan said “the issue is on the Foreign Ministers’ agenda.”