Refreshed Document Of "Madrid Principles" Not Completely Ready


July 27, 2009

YEREVAN, JULY 27, ARMENPRESS: OSCE Minsk Group co-chairmen Bernard
Fassier (France), Yuri Merzlyakov (Russia), and Matthew Bryza (USA)
had July 25-26 a working consultation in the Polish city of Krakow to
prepare a refreshed document on Karabakh conflict regulation based on
"Madrid" principles.

OSCE Minsk Group French co-chairman Bernard Fassier in a phone
conversation with Armenpress said that the document is not completely
ready and they will have other sessions. "We have worked on refreshing
the document based on the "Madrid" principles, we have conducted
working consultation and have not prepared any statement after it as
we usually do," Fassier said.

The co-chairs have not yet planned when the next session will be but
Matthew Bryza, on behalf of other co-chairs, will visit the region
in August, French co-chair will pay a visit in early September,
and three co-chairs together in late September.

"All our visits will be directed towards development of dialogue
between the parties, towards bringing closer their positions. The
refreshed document will be presented to the sides after it is
completely ready," Bernard Fassier said.