Karabakh should become party to talks, Armenian lawmakers declared in Baku

Lena Badeyan
Public Radio of Armenia

Armenian lawmakers have returned from Baku, where they were participating in NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Rose Roth seminar.

Head of the Armenian delegation Koryun Nahapetyan said the security level in Baku was satisfactory. They even walked in the Azerbaijani capital.

However, the Armenian MPs were not content with the level of organization of the seminar, although the Armenian side had the chance to present its view, which caused a dispute with the Azerbaijani lawmakers.

“Our delegation made it clear that Azerbaijan is the aggressor. It unleashed aggression against the people of Nagorno Karabakh and lost in the war. They should sit at the table together with the people of Nagorno Karabakh, the latter should become a party to talks. Only this way it is possible to reach lasting peace,” Koryun Nahapetyan told reporters at the National Assembly.

“We invited our colleagues from the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, including the Azerbaijani parliamentary delegation to participate in the seminar in Yerevan next year. I think we’ll create proper conditions for launching more constructive discussions here, which was lacking in Baku,” he said. 

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