Oskanyan Says Negotiations May Progress Within Next Two Months
Armenian foreign minister said on Thursday that peace negotiations
to settle Nagorno-Karabakh conflict may progress in the near future,
The Associated Press Reported.
Vardan Oskanyan said that “certain progress” may be achieved on the
issue within the next two months, but he would not elaborate on that.
Armenia occupied Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountainous region of Azerbaijan
that is home to about 100,000 ethnic-Armenians, and also seven Azeri
administrative districts surrounding it in 1991-94 war. Despite a
cease-fire agreement reached in May 1994, no final settlement has
been found to the conflict.