Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan,on Tuesday (11 June) met in Yerevan with the special representative of the chairman-in-office of the OSCE, Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk. According to the prime minister's press service the two discussed the Karabakh conflict and conflict resolution process.
The foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan are expected to meet soon to follow-up on the discussions held between the leaders of the two countries recently in Vienna in March. The diplomatic contacts have been overshadowed in the last two weeks by incidents of violence on the line of contact in the Karabakh conflict zone where two Azerbaijani soldiers and one Armenian soldier have been killed.
photo: Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan and OSCE Envoy Andrzej Kasprzyk at their meeting on 11 June 2019 in Yerevan (picture courtesy of the press service of the government of Armenia)
Welcoming the Georgian leader in Yerevan Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan expressed confidence that the development of Armenian-Georgian relations will continue without external influence.
The 7th Meeting of the Council of the Turkish Speaking Countries opened in Baku, Azerbaijan on Tuesday 15 October, with the participation of Azerbaijani prime minister Ilham Aliyev, Turkish president recip Tayip Edrogan and other leaders from Turkic speaking countries.