Armenia PM, EU Special Representative highlight need of comprehensive settlement of NK conflict under MG Co-Chairmanship
Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinian received European Union’s Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia Toivo Klaar, the PM’s Office said.
At the meeting PM Pashinian praised the dynamic development of the Armenia-EU partnership and highlighted the efforts aimed at strengthening those mutual relations. Touching upon the ongoing democratic reforms in Armenia, the PM said the government is consistently moving on the implementation of Armenia’s democratic agenda and would like to thank the EU for supporting this process.
The EU Special Representative said the European Union attaches importance to the partnership with Armenia and reaffirmed the readiness to support the country’s democratic reforms.
The sides also touched upon the ongoing processes in the South Caucasus, the current situation in Nagorno Karabakh and the increase of tension. In the context of strengthening peace and stability in the region, Nikol Pashinian and Toivo Klaar exchanged ideas about the border demarcation and delimitation process between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the unblocking of communication routes and the Armenia-Turkey dialogue course.
PM Pashinian highly appreciated the efforts of the President of the European Council Charles Michel aimed at strengthening regional stability.
Both sides emphasized the necessity of the comprehensive settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict under the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairmanship.