"Azerbaijan is determined to establish bilateral relations with Armenia on the basis of mutual recognition and respect for each other’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and inviolability of borders, to replace the page of conflict with mutually beneficial cooperation and normal neighborly relations," Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan Jeyhun Bayramov said at the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Türkiye and Turkmenistan, APA reports.
"For this purpose, we presented the next updated proposals on the text of the agreement on mutual relations between the two countries to the counterpart, and it is planned to hold another discussion between the foreign ministers of the two countries in the coming weeks.
Azerbaijan’s position on this issue is also consistent and principled and based on international law and justice.
We hope that the steps taken by us for the sake of peace will finally be responded by Armenia with the necessary political will and practical action. In order for the normalization process to reach its logical conclusion, it is an important condition to implement the obligations assumed by Armenia without delay, decisively to put an end to groundless territorial claims against Azerbaijan, and to take practical steps to establish normal neighborly relations," said Minister Bayramov.