FOREIGN MINISTRY: `IT SEEMS BRYZA WANTS TO IMPEDE NEGOTIATING PROCESS’
`It’s not clear, what is the mission of the announcement made by
Bryza? It seems that it is to impede the negotiating process which is
directed in the frames of Madrid principles,’ Tigran Balayan, the head
of press and information department of the Foreign Ministry commented
on Mattew Bryza’s statement made to `American Voice’ saying that `we
are close to draft an agreement on Nagorno Karabakh conflict which
should be directed by the principle of territorial integrity.’ The
OSCE Minsk Group American co-chairman has also mentioned that the
agreement should cover the right of self-determination of peoples and
refusing force implementation.
‘Those recommendations are based on three basic principles of the
international right: not implementing force, right of
self-determination and territorial integrity. Armenian party has been
always stressing that the highlight of the conflict should be the
self-determination right of Artsakh people,’ said Tigran Balayan.
`Currently the negotiations are hold to regulate the conflict, it is
early to speak about agreement,’ he said.