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This week was marked by the visit of the French Foreign Minister, Catherine Colonna, to Azerbaijan and Armenia on 27 April. The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry issued a statement which reads: “Minister Djeyhoun Bayramov, referring to France’s participation in the negotiation process for the resolution of the past conflict, underlined that the position displayed by France during the period post-conflict has not contributed to the peace process“. For his part, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said: “I would like to emphasize that I am very satisfied with the dynamics we are seeing in our relations. […] I would like to express my special gratitude to the President, to you, to the French Government for the attention paid to the problems of our region, in particular the crisis around Nagorno-Karabakh and the Lachin Corridor” and the French Minister reportedly declared : “I am visiting your country for the first time and I convey to you without delay the friendly greetings of the President. You know that France is a friend of Armenia, supports Armenia, and many things bind us to this country”. According to the report of the Armenian MFA “the interlocutors [would have] stressed the need for the immediate implementation of the decision of the International Court of Justice and the unblocking of the Lachin Corridor by Azerbaijan. The unacceptability of Azerbaijan’s unilateral actions, including setting up a checkpoint in the Lachin Corridor [would have] been pointed out”.
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