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Tripartite Meeting Between Nikol Pashinyan, Olaf Scholz, and Ilham Aliyev Takes Place in Munich


Tripartite Meeting Between Nikol Pashinyan, Olaf Scholz, and Ilham Aliyev Takes Place in Munich

Leaders from Armenia, Germany, and Azerbaijan gathered for a meeting in Munich for a tripartite meeting during the Munich Security Conference. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan of Armenia, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev held discussions centered around the normalization process of Armenia-Azerbaijan relations, with a primary focus on measures to ensure sustained peace and stability in the region.


Tripartite Meeting Between Nikol Pashinyan, Olaf Scholz, and Ilham Aliyev Takes Place in Munich

One of the key outcomes of the trilateral meeting was a unanimous agreement to continue working towards a comprehensive peace treaty. This commitment shows the leaders' dedication to fostering diplomatic solutions and resolving longstanding issues without resorting to violence.



Chancellor Scholz, in particular, played a prominent role in advocating for the swift conclusion of negotiations between Baku and Yerevan. He expressed strong support for the peace process during the meeting, highlighting the collective readiness of Germany and Europe to contribute their efforts to the cause.


Tripartite Meeting Between Nikol Pashinyan, Olaf Scholz, and Ilham Aliyev Takes Place in Munich

In an official statement from the German Government, Chancellor Scholz emphasized his endorsement of the ongoing peace negotiations. "During the tripartite conversation, the Chancellor expressed his support for the early conclusion of peace negotiations between the two countries. Germany and Europe will be ready to support it with their forces," the statement read.


Furthermore, Chancellor Scholz applauded the commitment of both sides to resolve differences and address outstanding issues through peaceful means, without resorting to violence. 


In an update on his X account, Chancellor Scholz confirmed the positive trajectory of the talks. "Germany and Europe are ready to support peace talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan to the best of their abilities. I confirmed this during my talks with both countries. It is good that both sides have agreed to resolve open issues without new violence," he wrote.



As the leaders depart Munich, the tripartite meeting marks a significant step forward in the ongoing efforts to stop Azerbaijani aggression and ongoing occupation of indigenous Armenian lands.

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