Peaceable talks on the resolution of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh does not satisfy Azerbaijan, Ali Hasanov, the head of the Public and Political Department of the Azerbaijani Presidents Apparat, told Trend. He was commenting on the last meeting of the Azerbaijani and Armenian Presidents in Bucharest.
He noted that the Azerbaijani government still observes absence of a sense of demonstration of healthy thinking and understating on impossibility of maintenance of another countrys territory under occupation.
Touching upon the continuation of the meeting of the heads of Azerbaijan and Armenia he noted that the Presidents themselves will define whether what to do. If President Ilham Aliyev considers the talks as non-perspective, then Azerbaijan will mull other adequate measures, Hasanov assured.
The Minsk Group has new proposals on the resolution of the conflict. However, they are not made public, but analyzed by the sides in working order. The ongoing talks do not satisfy Azerbaijan, as Armenia does not step away from non-constructive position. The international organizations, as well as the Minsk Group have no intention to pressure on it. It does not suit us at all, he underlined.