Talks on Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Take Place Constructively (video)
Azerbaijan, Baku, 14 January /corr. Trend K.Ramazanova / The recent talks on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement took place constructively, the US Co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, Matthew Bryza, briefed the media on 14 January.
"It is possible to come to an agreement. We should exchange our views with collages from Yerevan for this purpose," he said.
According to him, Azerbaijan has its own wishes and it is normal.
In addition, he said that the proposals made in Madrid have aspects dissatisfying Armenia and Azerbaijan. However, both sides should come to any compromise. According to him, signing any documents depends on the presidents.
Bryza said that he can not predict whether Azerbaijan will accept the pack of proposals made in Madrid. "We, as co-chairs, work on this issue and establish a bridge between the sides," he said.
"I think that the sides will accept the document, but we should improve it," the US co-chair said. According to him, it is very fair proposal and supports balance between the two countries.
As regards to the elections in Armenia, Bryza said that the elections do not mean completion of the process, the talks will be continuing.