Azerbaijan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeyhun Bayramov has met with the European Union Special Representative for the South Caucasus Toivo Klaar, the Ministry told APA.
The meeting revolved around the prospects of the draft peace treaty and the normalization issues between Azerbaijan and Armenia, as well as the latest situation in the region, and the steps taken toward the reintegration of the local Armenian residents of the Garabagh region of Azerbaijan.
Emphasizing Azerbaijan’s interest in the positive results of the meetings held through the mediation of international partners, including the European Union, Minister Jeyhun Bayramov underlined that after 30 years, a historic opportunity had arisen to secure peace and stability in the region.
FM Bayramov also highlighted the efforts by Azerbaijan towards the reintegration of the local Armenian residents of the Garabagh region of Azerbaijan, adding that the process of registration of local Armenian residents is being continued via the electronic portal created by the Azerbaijani side.
Speaking about the departure of Armenian residents from the territory of Azerbaijan, which is not related to any forced displacement, the minister mentioned that the recent visits of UN officials to the region and the statements made after the visits are a clear example of this.
During the meeting, the parties also discussed other issues of mutual interest.