Diplomats mediating the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will meet with the new leadership of Armenia in June as they continue with efforts to unblock the negotiations between the sides in the conflict. On Tuesday (15 May), the diplomats, representing France, Russia and the United States confirmed this in a statement issued following their meeting in Paris with the Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan, Elmar Mammadyarov.
The statement said that they "discussed modalities for moving the peace process forward". In the meeting the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairmanship, Ambassador Andrzei Kasperzyk "informed the participants regarding the relatively stable situation on the Line of Contact".
The statement added that "Minister Mammadyarov expressed Azerbaijan's readiness to resume active negotiations as soon as possible."
"The Caspian Flotilla's base in Dagestan will be reinforced with a naval infantry regiment, as well as new aircraft and ships, including two missile boats and two small air-cushioned landing ships", Russian military sources have confirmed
EU Ambassador to Armenia Piotr Switalski urged Armenian citizens not to sell their votes, inform if they are offered to have their votes bought, and not to let administrative resources be used against them.