Issue of Return of POWs Remains Unsolved – Pashinyan
The issue of the return of prisoners of war has not been solved, Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said after the meeting with presidents of Russia and Azerbaijan, Aysor reports.
“Unfortunately, today we have not managed to solve the issue of prisoners of war. This is the most sensitive and painful issue. We have agreed to continue working on it,” Pashinyan said.
He said the point 8 of the November 9 joint statement is not being fully implemented.
“I am hopeful that we will manage to reach a clear decision in short period of time,” Pashinyan said.
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