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Officials in Yerevan have responded to Baku’s five-point proposal to resolve the Karabakh conflict. Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan said that the proposal was forwarded to Yerevan on March 10.
When it comes to the proposals, both countries have already mutually recognized the territorial integrity and absence of territorial claims towards each other by signing the “CIS Agreement” on December 8, 1991, Mirzoyan told “Armenpress” agency.
“For the Armenian side the main and fundamental thing is to guarantee the rights and freedoms of Karabakh Armenians and the final clarification of the status of Nagorno Karabakh. For us, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is not a territorial issue but a question of rights,” he noted.
The Armenian side responded to Azerbaijan’s proposal with this issue in mind, Mirzoyan added.
Touching upon the delimitation and demarcation of borders, he said that the agreements reached in trilateral statements on November 9, 2020, January 11, 2021 and November 26, 2021 should be fully implemented.