The Foreign Minister of Armenia, Vardan Oskanyan, stated in an interview with Kentron TV that a three-page document which includes key principles of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement is being discussed in negotiations on the conflict settlement.
"Currently a three-page document which includes all possible principles of the conflict settlement is under discussion. It is quite a complicated document and results from the two-year negotiation process at the level of the Foreign Ministers and Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia," Oskanyan said.
The minister considers that the comparative analysis of the coordinated and uncoordinated issue give grounds to suppose that this document will be possible to implement.
"Based on the document, I have certain optimism that it is possible to expect some progress from the discussions at the level of Presidents. It is a logical and compromise document although it does not fully satisfy the requirements of the sides, but gives something to the sides according to which it is possible to present the document to their people," Oskanyan said.
In addition, he stressed that irrespective of progress, there are yet uncoordinated issues and the sides should resolve the most difficult problems. Oskanyan spelt out that the document under discussion envisages "pack approach", Novosti-Armenia reports.
"Temporary alternate is possible there, but the responses to all questions should be provided beforehand," he stressed.
The Armenian Foreign Minister considers it impossible to speak of other problems without response to the questions regarding the self-appointment right of Nagorno-Karabakh inhabitants, existence of a corridor ensuring uninterrupted land links between Karabakh and Armenia, as well as a solution of all problems regarding the security of Nagorno-Karabakh inhabitants.