The next step in the complex process to set a solid basis for the peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will take place on Monday, 15 April, when the foreign ministers of the two countries will meet in Moscow to try to put substance to the two declarations that they issued in January and March and which gave some indication of where the process may be heading.
The meeting in Moscow will also be attended by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, in his capacity as representative of one of the Minsk group co-chair countries.
photo: The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan with the Minsk Group co-chair mediators at their meeting on 16 January 2019 (archive picture)
The strategic partnership between Turkey and Russia appears to be enduring despite deeply rooted contradictions. Benyamin Poghosyan discusses why this is the case in this op-ed for commonspace.eu