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New joint statement on settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict adopted2011-03-05 18:57
Today's negotiations in Sochi resulted in a joint statement on the issue of settling a conflict in Nagorny Karabakh by Presidents of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia - Dmitry Medvedev, Ilham Aliyev and Serge Sargsyan, ITAR-TASS reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Leaders of the countries discussed the issues of the practical implementation of a trilateral statement adopted on 27 October 2010 in Astrakhan during the last meeting. Today, in addition to the specified measures, the parties agreed upon a number of new steps.
Particularly, they decided "to complete the prisoners exchange in the nearest time", expressed a desire to "settle the disputable issues peacefully, as well as investigate possible incidents along the cease-fire line with the participation of the sides under the aegis of the co-chairmen of OSCE Minsk group under the auspices of the OSCE current chairman's special representative".
"The presidents underlined the great meaning of their regular contacts on the issues of Nagorno-Karabakh settlement and agreed to continue them in the same format to complement the work of the OSCE Minsk group co-chairmen", - ITAR-TASS is citing the signed statement.