Armenian, Azerbaijani FMs May Meet in Slovakia in December in Case of Their Consent: Russian Co-Chair
The next meeting between the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan may take place in Slovakia, Russian co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group Igor Popov told the reporters in Artsakh, Artsakhpress reports.
“In case of consent of the foreign ministers of the two countries the meeting may take place in December in the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, in the sidelines of a conference there. In case the parties express willingness we are ready to organize the meeting,” Popov said, reports Aysor.
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