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German MFA: Status-quo in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict can't be prolonged2012-03-16 13:35
The status quo in Nagorno-Karabakh cannot be a long-term solution, and the parties of the Karabakh conflict must come to a compromise agreement for the prosperity of the region.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the IA Regnum, at the joint press conference in Yerevan with his Armenian counterpart Edward Nalbandyan, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle stated that the status quo in Nagorno-Karabakh cannot be a long-term solution, and the parties of the Karabakh conflict must come to a compromise agreement for the prosperity of the region.
According to the Germany minister, his country supports a peaceful solution of the Karabakh conflict within the OSCE Minsk Group. Westerwelle said that during his visit to Azerbaijan he had also touched upon the subject and presented the Azerbaijani leadership the official position of the German Government regarding the issue, the edition added.
Recall, today the German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle arrived in Yerevan on the invitation of his Armenian counterpart Edward Nalbandyan, the RIA Novosti reported.
During the visit of German Foreign Minister to meet with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandyan. Westerwelle will also visit the memorial to the victims of the Armenian Genocide "Tsitsernakaberd" and lay a wreath.
German Foreign Minister visits Armenia in the framework of his work trip to the South Caucasus region. On Thursday, he visited Georgia. Westerwelle will also visit Azerbaijan.