Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev and Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan can meet in Minsk, said Belarus Ambassador to Armenia Igor Nazaruk.
According to him, talks in “cold” and not “warm” regime are needed for the settlement of issues like Karabakh conflict, APA reports quoting news.am. “The OSCE Minsk Group actually aims at this. I’m sure when contacts start, a great degree of mutual understanding emerges, and when we understand each other better, additional elements of trust appear. Talks, calm communication without any transitions to the “warm” phase — I’m sure this is the only correct path,” Nazaruk said.
The last meeting between the Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents took place in Bern, Switzerland on Dec. 19.