On Wednesday 1 March, an Azerbaijani MP met with representatives of Karabakh Armenians in Khojaly.
According to Azerbaijani media, initial discussions were held on the "reintegration" of "Armenian residents living in the Karabakh region" to Azerbaijan.
The reports from Azerbaijani media have also noted that contacts with Armenian residents living in the Karabakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan will continue, and that additional information will be made available.
The MP in question is Ramin Mammadov, who has been designated as the point of contact for Karabakh Armenians with Azerbaijan.
The meeting took place at the headquarters of the Russian Federation’s peacekeeping contingent in Khojaly.
Speaking to Armenian media, Spokesperson of the President of the self-proclaimed Republic of Artsakh Lusine Avanesyan said that the two sides discussed "humanitarian and infrastructural issues", as well as "the restoration of the uninterrupted movement of people, vehicles and goods through the Lachin Corridor, the restoration of electricity supply from Armenia to Artsakh".
"Issues related to uninterrupted gas supply [and] concerns about the operation of the Kashan mine" were also discussed.
Avanesyan added that the meeting was "constructive", and that her side hopes that "results will not be long in coming."