Kazakhstan announces hosting peace negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia Kazakhstan announces hosting peace negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia

Kazakhstan announces hosting peace negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia

Kazakhstan announces hosting peace negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia

Kazakh President Kassym-Gomert Tokayev announced that his country will host the “peace agreement” negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia, in the city of Almaty based on the proposal of the Kazakh side, without specifying a date, stressing that the meeting will contribute to the rapid consolidation of a strong peace in the South Caucasus.

The President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Gomert Tokayev, announced on Wednesday that his country will host the “peace agreement” negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia, in the city of Almaty.

Tokayev, through his account on the X platform, welcomed the consensus reached between Azerbaijan and Armenia regarding holding negotiations at the level of foreign ministers on preparing a peace agreement between the two countries.

He stated that the negotiations will be held in the city of Almaty based on the proposal of the Kazakh side, without specifying their date.

He said, "This important meeting will be held in the city of Almaty, which is why it bears symbolism in relation to the historic Alma-Ata Declaration signed in December 1991, which forms the basis for the independent development of the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the principles related to the definition of borders between member countries."

President Tokayev stressed that the meeting will serve the practical implementation of the Azerbaijani-Armenian agreements, and will contribute to the rapid consolidation of a strong and long-term peace in the South Caucasus.

During his official visit to Armenia on April 15, Tokayev stated that his country supports the signing of a peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and that Kazakhstan is ready to conduct a goodwill mission on this issue.

Last March, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that Yerevan and Baku would take actual steps regarding demarcating their borders.

Pashinyan indicated, at the time, that the process of demarcating the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan had entered an actual stage.

He stated that the relevant committees will draw and decide the border points of the Republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan.

On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani army launched an operation to liberate its occupied territories in the Karabakh region, and after battles that lasted 44 days, Russia announced on November 10, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached a ceasefire agreement, stipulating that Baku would regain control over the occupied provinces. .

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