Interfax News Agency, Russia
March 14 2008
Armenia alarmed by Azeri actions in Karabakh
Armenian Foreign Minister Vardan Oskanian is concerned about the
actions of Azerbaijan on the separating line with the armed forces of
self-proclaimed Nagorno Karabakh.
At a meeting with co-chairmen of the OSCE Minsk group in Vienna
Oskanian said Yerevan is alarmed about Azerbaijan "creating a tense
atmosphere on the separation line."
the Vienna meeting mulled the possibility of resuming talks on
Karabakh and matters related to the possible meeting of president
elect Serzh Sargsyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, Interfax
was told at the Armenian Foreign Ministry press department.
The press department said that the other subject of discussion was
Azerbaijan’s attempts to take the settlement of the issue of Karabakh
to other diplomatic bodies, namely efforts to get the U.N. General
Assembly to pass a resolution on Karabakh.
On February 26, Azerbaijan submitted a draft resolution to the U.N.
General Assembly asking to confirm its borders and rights to Nagorno
Sargsyan and Aliyev may meet in the framework of the NATO summit in
Bucharest on April 3-4 ,Oskanian said at a press conference in
Yerevan on Thursday.