Nalbandian, Ayrault discuss Karabakh peace process, Armenian-French ties

The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and France Edward Nalbandian and Jean-Marc Ayrault had a meeting in Paris today.

The parties discussed a number of issues on the agenda of privileged Armenian-French relations and the steps towards expansion of cooperation in different fields. Reference was made to the active inter-parliamntary contacts, decentralised cooperation, as well as the process of implementation of the agreements on further expansion of economic relations reached between the leaders of the two counties.

The Karabakh peace process was high on the agenda of the meeting. Edward Nalbandian underlined that “for months Azerbaijan has been refusing to implement the agreements reached at the Vienna and St. Petersburg summits and deliberately aggravating the situation, thus preventing the creation of conditions necessary for furthering the negotiation process.”

The parties attached importance to the full implementation of the agreements reached in Vienna and St. Petersburg.

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