Armenian sources say an Armenia-Azerbaijan presidential summit will be held in Geneva next week.
Armenian media sources say that President Serzh Sargsyan of Armenia and President Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan will meet in Geneva next week as part of efforts to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The quasi official Armenian news agency Armenpress cited the deputy chairman of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia Armen Ashotyan as saying the summit was discussed at a meeting of the Party this evening in Yerevan,
International mediators visited the region last week and met the two presidents, afterwards announcing that the two countries had agreed to re-engage in discussions. Read more here
source: commonspace.eu with agencies
Earlier in the day Putin made a shorty private visit to Austria, where he attended the wedding of the Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneisl, and held what was described by the Kremlin as "a brief conversation" with the Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz.
Addressing Armenia's foreign policy Nikol Pashinyan said he wanted a qualitative improvement in the relations with Russia and to improve relations with the EU. To those who are saying Armenia is going to the west, Pashinyan said, "Armenia is going nowhere. It is just standing on its feet"