MEETING OF ARMENIAN, AZERBAIJANI, RUSSIAN PRESIDENTS ON AGENDA, RUSSIA'S REP TO OSCE SAYS

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Feb 11 2011
Armenia

The consultations between Armenian, Russian and Azerbaijani Foreign
Ministers on Karabakh conflict settlement are underway at the moment,
Russia's permanent representative to the OSCE Anvar Azimov said in
Vienna, ITAR-TASS reports.

According to him, frequent meetings indicate seriousness of the
ongoing work in this format and the parties' focus on specific and
practical results. Azimov stressed such meetings pave the pave for
a new summit between the three states' presidents.

According to him, such a discussion both in the framework of Russia-EU
dialogue and the OSCE, will contribute to resolution of conflicts. It
urges to contribute to achieving agreements, which will be in interests
of all the countries involved and European security.

As Armenian News-NEWS.am reported earlier, on January 25, Foreign
Minister of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia -Sergey Lavrov, Edward
Nalbandian and Elmar Mammadyarov held talks on the Karabakh peace
process in Moscow.




From: A. Papazian