In the latest development of the Nagorno-Karabakh issue, Armenia’s National Security chief Armen Grigoryan announced on Friday that Armenia will not sign a peace treaty with Azerbaijan without negotiating security guarantees for Artsakh.
Grigoryan emphasized that the peace treaty could only be finalized if there is progress on the Nagorno-Karabakh issue and if there are guarantees for the security and rights of Artsakh Armenians. He mentioned the establishment of a demilitarized zone around Artsakh or international presence in the region as potential security guarantees.
Moreover, Grigoryan clarified that Yerevan has not discussed the issue of integrating Artsakh with Azerbaijan, rejecting a proposal made by Baku’s representative during talks about a solution to the Lachin blockade. Grigoryan emphasized that the discussions are focused on rights and security within the framework of the international mechanism.
Grigoryan’s remarks come after several documents were signed by the leaders of Armenia, Russia, and Azerbaijan, including the November 9, 2020 agreement. Grigoryan stressed the need to stay within the scope of the agreements and create an opportunity for discussions.
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been ongoing for several decades and has resulted in numerous casualties and displacement of people. The situation remains tense, and the international community continues to call for a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
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