Albania wishes Armenia, Azerbaijan success in Karabakh peace process

Albania wishes Armenia, Azerbaijan success in Karabakh peace process

PanARMENIAN.Net - Albanian President Ilir Meta has wished Armenia and Azerbaijan success in the process of the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict.

He made the comments at a meeting with Armenian leader Armen Sarkissian Friday, February 15 on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.

Speaking about regional conflicts, in particular the Karabakh issue, Sarkissian stressed: “Statements by any country in favor of one of the parties to the conflict cannot in any way help a peaceful resolution of the issue. There is a format in which negotiations are underway.”

Stressing that Albania has good relations with both Armenia and Azerbaijan, Mehta said: “We wish the two countries success in finding solutions to this problem.”

Also, the two cited the large potential in bilateral relations and stressed the importance of consistent work for the development of cooperation.

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