Yerevan – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced that Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on the main principles of a peace treaty. This significant development was shared during the opening ceremony of the autumn session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Yerevan, as reported by APA citing TASS.
According to Azeri-Press News Agency, Pashinyan highlighted the mixed nature of recent developments in the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace process. The agreement on the main principles of peace with Azerbaijan was achieved through his meetings with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in Brussels, mediated by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel. However, Pashinyan also noted that challenges persist, as the two sides still often misunderstand each other due to differing diplomatic languages. He attributed these communication barriers to the long history of conflict, the high number of casualties, prisoners, and other complicating factors.