Azeri president in favour of continuing Karabakh talks

Trend news agency
2 Sep 04

Baku, 2 September, Trend correspondent I. Qasimli: "If I have not
refused the talks, it means that I hope they will bear fruit. I
do not intend to have talks for imitation and if I see there is
no result or benefit, Azerbaijan will be the first to interrupt
the talks", Trend news agency quoted Azerbaijani President Ilham
Aliyev as telling journalists on 2 September on the significance of
the bilateral talks for the settlement of the Armenian-Azerbaijani
Nagornyy Karabakh conflict.

The head of state said that the talks should be continued at this
point. Aliyev noted that the parties have not reached any agreement,
however, the negotiations are proceeding on specific topics. "We
hope that these talks will yield results: Azerbaijan's lands will
be liberated and its territorial integrity will be restored", the
president stressed.