Lavrov to visit Armenia and Azerbaijan next month

The foreign minister of Russia, Sergei Lavrov, will visit both Armenia and Azerbaijan next month. Speaking today (29 April) at a press briefing, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, announced that Lavrov would be in Yerevan on 5-6 May and Baku on 10-11 May.

Zakharova reported that the Foreign Minister would meet the countries’ respective leaders to discuss bilateral and regional co-operation as well as co-operation on the international scene. She noted that he intends to specifically discuss the implementation of the provisions of the statements made by Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia on 9 November, at ended the 44-day Karabakh War, and 11 January, at the trilateral meeting in Moscow.

 

Source: commonspace.eu with agencies
Photo: The foreign minister of Russia, Sergei Lavrov; Russian MFA

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