OSCE MG proposals promise progress in Karabakh process, RA Foreign Minister says

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian met in Strasbourg Tuesday with CoE Secretary General Terry Davis and PACE President Lluis Maria de Puig to discuss the Armenia-CoE cooperation as well as strengthening of democracy and rule of law in the republic, the RA MFA press office reported.



"The PACE resolution is in focus of the Armenian authorities," Minister Nalbandian said. "By the President's edict, a working group was formed to coordinate fulfillment of PACE recommendations."



The Minister briefed on the current stage of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement process and noted that the OSCE MG proposals allow to fix progress in talks.



During a meeting with AGO Group, Mr Nalbandian expressed satisfaction with bilateral cooperation and confirmed Armenia's readiness to meet all commitments to the Council of Europe.
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