Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia will continue talks on the Karabakh conflict settlement in Rambouier, not far from Paris
Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia, Ilham Aliyev and Robert Kocharyan will continue today, on 11 February 2006, the negotiations over the opportunities for the Karabakh conflict settlement at the Rambouier castle, 45 km south-west of Paris.
The negotiations, started on Friday are taking place behind the closed doors, tete-a-tete, Trend reports. After finishing the first round of talks leaders of the both countries have not made any statements for media.
"There exist real chances to lay foundations for the Nagorny Karabakh problem settlement, the French president Jaque Shirac, who had met with the presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia noted.
The negotiations are being held under the aegis of the OSCE Minsk group comprising Russia, USA and France. They are based on the document stipulating withdrawal of the Armenian forces from the occupied areas of Azerbaijan, as well as consulting the Nagorny Karabakh population in regard to the enclave future status, ITAR-TASS reports.