U.S. OSCE Co-Chairman Recommends Azerbaijan to Keep Patience
Georgia, Tbilisi/ Trend , corr. N. Kirtskhalia/ Matthew Bryza, the U. S. OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairman recommends Azerbaijan to show and keep patience until Armenia's holding its parliamentary elections. Mr. Bryza has stated in Tbilisi today that Baku should keep patience and give the Armenian party to hold its parliamentary elections campaign.
According to him, everybody should expect the acceleration in the peaceful negotiation process only after Armenia holds its elections.
At the same time, he stressed that the Armenian party should express its readiness that "after it hold the parliamentary elections, Armenia will keep on negotiating more intensively".
The American diplomat emphasized that the both parties expressed wishes to negotiate to each other. "During my last visit to Baku, I felt that both President Ilham Aliyev and Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov were ready to keep on the negotiation process. I felt the same when I was in Yerevan," noted Mr. Bryza.
The American Co-Chairman stressed that each conflict party had their own slight non-significant details, which they would like to put on during the peaceful negotiations. "I would like to avoid my commenting and discussing the negotiations, since it might harm the issue." Concluded Mr. Bryza.