There is some animation felt in the Nagorno-Karabakh resolution problem after the talks between Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents in Rambui (France). Both sides have to reach a joint agreement and only after that Brussels will be ready to help, the EU special envoy to South Caucasus, Peter Semnebi told at the press-conference in Baku on April 22,Trend reports.
EU will take the significant part in the conflict resolution issues, he assured.
EU has necessary levers to render assistance, Semnebi said, adding that EU potential of developing closer ties with the South Caucasian states is not fully used exactly due to such conflicts.
He reminded that in comparison to his predecessor, Heikki Talvitie, his mandate has been expanded in order to sustain the peaceful resolution of the conflict. This again proves how interested EU is in peaceful resolution, he concluded.