Azerbaijan, Baku / Trend , corr S.Ilhamgizi / Nizami Bahmaov, the head of the Azerbaijani community of Nagorno-Karabakh, stated that a meeting of the Azerbaijan and Armenian Foreign Ministers, organized by the OSCE Minsk Group, does not promise any serious breakthrough in the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
He reminded that the meetings are continued within the framework of the Paris agreement and said that the co-chairs will organize a next meeting of the Ministers on 14 March. "I guess the discussions will focus on some disputable milestones. The major progress can be expected from the meeting of the Presidents of two countries," Bahmanov noted.
Bahmanov stressed that the continuation of peace talks is the greatest compromise and any other compromise is out of question. He was commenting on the statement by the Armenian Foreign Minister Vardan Oskanian, who urged that should Azerbaijan make a compromise, the progress is possible.
"It is not worth to expect a compromise from an belligerent country in the ongoing peace negotiations," he stressed.