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Following the meetings held between the Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers in Moscow on 18 and 19 May, including a trilateral meeting with Sergei Lavrov, the Armenian Prime Minister declared on 18 May that “Azerbaijan [recognizes] the territorial integrity of Armenia over 29,800 square kilometres, and that Armenia [recognizes] the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan over 86,600 square kilometres” before specifying during a press conference on 22 May relayed by several local media (Armenpress, News.am, Ekhokavkaza) that “the 86,600 km2 [included] Nagorno-Karabakh” and that “the question of the rights and security of the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh [should] be discussed in the Baku-Stepanakert format” and that it was also “extremely important to create international guarantees for the direct talks between Stepanakert and Baku” expressing fears that “the issue of the rights and security of the Nagorno-Karabakh Armenians will be forgotten and that Azerbaijan may continue its policy of ethnic cleansing and genocide against the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh by force”.
If there is nothing very new in this declaration of the Armenian power which for several months has adopted this position, it has once again provoked “the anger and indignation” of the “National Assembly” of the self-proclaimed authorities of the Karabakh as expressed in the statement it unanimously adopted on the evening of 22 May
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