G8 Foreign Ministers Support Peaceful Solution of Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

G8 Foreign Ministers Support Peaceful Solution of Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

G8 Foreign Ministers called Azerbaijan and Armenia to the peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. It was mentioned in one of the items of the statement by the Foreign Minister of Japan,  Masahiko Komura, as the chairman of the two-day ministerial meeting, which was completed today in the ancient Japanese capital of Kyoto, ITAR-TASS reports.

The Foreign Ministers of Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, USA, Japan stated their support for the efforts of the co-chairmen of the OSCE Minsk Group, directed toward prompt solution of the conflict. Ministers noted that Armenia and Azerbaijan must "demonstrate restraint" and take "serious steps" to reach an agreement.

At the same time, the Press Secretary of the Foreign Ministry of Japan, Kadzuo Kodama, reported to the correspondent of ITAR-TASS that "wide discussions on this problem were not held at the conference".


The concluding document of the meeting reflected all themes, which were risen by the G8 Foreign Ministers. They include the problems of Middle East, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, People's Democratic Republic of Korea, Myanmar, Sudan and Afghanistan. The participants in the conference paid special attention to questions of nuclear disarmament and peaceful use of atom. Detailed discussions were held on the theme of ensuring peace in different countries worldwide, as well as questions of combating terrorism and organized criminality were touched upon.

The First Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, Andrey Denisov, reported to the Russian journalists that "the G8 summit due in July will focus on only four questions. "This is Iran, North Korea, Afghanistan and Middle East. All these questions have been reflected in the statement by the Chairman and as a whole show the motion of discussions.

"We clarified the positions of the leading countries of world on important questions and, in a certain extent, prepared the international part of the agenda of the meeting of leaders in Hokkaido. We provided them with time and possibility to discuss other not less important issues," Denisov added. In addition to the statement by the Chairman, as a result of the meeting in Kyoto, a joint statement was adopted on Afghanistan and Zimbabwe. With regard to the last document, the Deputy Minister noted that not all in it satisfied the Russian side, but "the base approaches coincide with the remaining G8 countries ". Furthermore, he reminded that "absolute priority" for Russia is the unity of "Groups of G8".

The meeting completed today in Kyoto is last preparation stage for the G8 summit, which will take place on 7-9 July in the Japanese Island of Hokkaido. Over the past several months,  the conferences of the heads of financial, law-enforcement, energetic, social, ecological and other departments of the leading industrial countries of planet have already taken place in various cities of Japan.

Azerbaijan limits import of meat products from several countries
Azerbaijan limits import of meat products from several countries
Azerbaijan joins initiative of single roaming space between Eastern Partnership countries
Azerbaijan joins initiative of single roaming space between Eastern Partnership countries
Baku Higher Oil School organized a webinar on the topic 'Higher Education and Research in the Post-COVID Period' (PHOTO)
Baku Higher Oil School organized a webinar on the topic 'Higher Education and Research in the Post-COVID Period' (PHOTO)
Loading Bars
Latest
Enagas reduces emissions by 63% since 2014
Iranian currency rates for April 21
Azerbaijani Qala Hayat's insurance collections up for 2020
Natural gas prices to average one-third higher y-o-y
Azerbaijan's AIA and ARPA to work on risk insurance
Oil prices to be in line with their 2017-19 average
Iran expected to increase oil output - Vienna Energy Research Group
JCPOA Joint Commission sets third expert group
Crude oil consumption still 6% lower than pre-crisis levels
Oil prices drop as India's COVID-19 surge crimps demand outlook
Georgian Central Bank to carry out same intervention volume as in 2020
Azerbaijan eyes to speed up audit digitalization in 2021 (INTERVIEW)
GM outlined plans to allow remote work after the pandemic
Turkey replaces trade chief, appoints two new ministers after restructuring
Kyrgyzstan's population outflow decreased by 21% in 2020: statistics
Georgia 60th out of 180 countries in World Press Freedom Index
Main electricity of Natanz Enrichment Facility connected
Apple introduces new iPad Pro featuring 5G, M1 chip
Canada-U.S. border restrictions agreement extended another month
Toshiba says CVC to ‘step aside to await’ guidance over offer
Azercosmos' new platform to provide uninterrupted internet across Azerbaijan
Malta posts 1.3-bln-euro budget deficit for 2020
EU to donate 145,000 Pfizer vaccine doses to Albania
15 generals to ensure transition in Chad after death of President Deby
Indian PM rules out lockdown despite second wave of COVID-19
Turkey reports over 62,000 COVID-19 cases
Azerbaijan's import of cars from Turkey drops
Municipality of Turkey’s Agri province opens tender to buy diesel fuel
Chad leader Deby, key Western ally, killed in battle
Turkish energy company opens tender to build power plant in Istanbul city
Production of Sputnik V vaccine launched in Argentina
CBI allocates $178 m to buy COVID-19 vaccines - CBI chief
Bulk of calculations in Azerbaijan's trade turnover made via FCC - state committee
Azerbaijan limits import of meat products from several countries
Azerbaijan's Azexport portal reveals total value of export orders
Azerbaijani Finance Ministry places medium-term bonds on auction
Opportunities for partnership among SMEs expanding between Azerbaijan and Turkey
Main reason for Georgia's increase of electricity imports revealed
Prices for summer cottages, private houses increase in Baku
Number of client accounts in Azerbaijani banks increasing
Uzbekistan’s 1Q2021 export of fruit and vegetable products slightly down
Azerbaijan's National Depository Center talks another interest payment on SOCAR bonds
Karabakh suffered from Armenian occupation for nearly 3 decades - Turkish MP
Search for missing servicemen continues – Azerbaijani Military Prosecutor's Office
Armenia doesn't comply with clause of Nov.10 statement on restoration of economic and transport ties – Azernews
Support to Eastern Partnership states - key pillar for European Council, Charles Michel says
Azerbaijan joins initiative of single roaming space between Eastern Partnership countries
Turkish Airlines receives permission to operate flights to number of Uzbek cities
Kazakhstan’s KMK Munay decides against paying out dividends for 2020
Kazakhstan's revenues from maritime cargo transport surge
High freight rates significantly raise global prices of commercial ships
Central Bank of Iran allocates funds for import of vaccines
Iran's Energy Exchange announces products to be on sale on April 21
Geostat reveals Producer Price Indices for services in Georgia
Turkmenistan boosts imports of Turkish-made chemicals
Uzbekistan, France agree on deepening interaction in textile industry
Boeing CFO Smith to retire in July
Georgia increase tea import from Azerbaijan
Czech Development Agency talks projects in Georgia
Georgia sees increase in Export Price Index
Domestic Producer Price Index for Industrial Products up in Georgia
Number of oil, gas wells drilled in Iran revealed
Kazakhstan's exports to Bulgaria plummet
Iran's Esfarayen Industrial Complex to increase exports
Azerbaijani payment system to offer instant digital banking cards
Russian iron and steel works company reveals supplies of metal production to Uzbekistan
Baku Higher Oil School organized a webinar on the topic 'Higher Education and Research in the Post-COVID Period' (PHOTO)
Council of Europe can offer support for establishment of lasting peace in South Caucasus - SecGen
Israel's government debt jumped to nearly NIS 1t in 2020
TAP’s gas deliveries for Q1 2021 disclosed
Swiss investments in Azerbaijan concentrated in non-oil sector – Swiss ministry
Azerbaijan names number of vaccinated citizens
Iran to receive vaccine through COVAX
Iran increases salaries for army personnel
Producer Price Index for Industrial Products up in Georgia
Iranian private sector to import 6 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine
Iran to implement extensive and maximum vaccination plan - President Rouhani
Budget provides continued support to Georgian economy - IMF mission
Azerbaijan confirms 2,197 more COVID-19 cases, 1,946 recoveries
Georgia sees decrease in external debt
Pakistan always supports Azerbaijan's just position - Pakistani Admiral
Bahar Azadi gold coin price still falling in Iran
Chairman of Iran Tea Organization talks about tea growing
Russia ready to help Kazakhstan in construction of nuclear power plant
Israeli journalists visit roadside inn in Azerbaijan’s Fuzuli, turned into barn by Armenians during occupation (PHOTO)
Uzbekistan taking additional measures to develop karakul sheep breeding
US company to build cannabis farm in Uzbekistan
France’s Orano to develop new mining sector in Kazakhstan
National Bank of Georgia remains focused on achieving its inflation target
Azerbaijan's International Bank discloses 1Q2021 net profit
Turkmenistan joins WIPO Patent Law Treaty
Armenia outraged by Russian PACE delegates refusal to discuss so-called "issue of POWs”
Electricity generation of Iran's hydroelectric power plants to decline
Azerbaijan's 1Q2021 polyethylene production slightly down
Russian Railways to build high-speed railway entries to Moscow, St. Petersburg by 2024
UAE central bank extends some stimulus measures until mid-2022
President Aliyev interviewed by Azerbaijan Television (PHOTO)
Important to observe int’l law to avoid such conflicts as Karabakh one in future - Chancellor of Germany
UK eases post-Brexit controls on vehicles taking goods to the EU
PayPal's Venmo launches crypto buying and selling
All news