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No Final Agreement Reached in Yevlakh Meeting, Says Artsakh Representative


No Final Agreement Reached in Yevlakh Meeting, Says Artsakh Representative

At the conclusion of today's meeting in Yevlakh, the representative from Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) announced that no final agreement with Baku has been reached and that further details need to be agreed upon, as reported by RIA Novosti.


The Azerbaijani representative stated that the ongoing negotiations could potentially lead to a peace agreement, thereby ending the conflict. Elchin Amirbekov, speaking to Sky News Arabia, emphasized the complexity of the issues at hand, stating that it would be unrealistic to expect all problems to be resolved in a single meeting.



"Today's negotiations are the first of many anticipated meetings in Yevlakh. It is not realistic to expect that all issues between the Karabakh Armenians and Azerbaijan will be resolved in one meeting," noted Amirbekov. He added that the future of Nagorno Karabakh Armenians is an internal matter for Azerbaijan. Despite the ongoing negotiations, Azerbaijan reportedly continued to shell Stepanakert, violating the ceasefire.



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