Turkish Press: Munich hosts key peace commitment between Armenia, Azerbaijan

Feb 17 2024
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Editor : Selin Hayat Hacialioglu
2024-02-17 15:00:15 | Last Update : 2024-02-17 16:22:13

In a significant development reported from Munich, Germany, the Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan have committed to resolve their differences peacefully.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced this pledge following a tripartite meeting that included himself and the leaders of the two countries.

The meeting involving Armenian President Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev allowed Chancellor Scholz to encourage a swift conclusion to the ongoing peace talks.

During the meeting with Armenia's President Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijan's Ilham Aliyev, Scholz encouraged both sides to rapidly conclude the peace talks, according to a statement issued by the chancellery.

"The chancellor praised pledges from both sides today to resolve differences in opinion and open questions exclusively through peaceful means and without the use of force," added the statement.

This commitment marks a pivotal moment in the relationship between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which have historically been at odds.

The Munich meeting's outcomes offer a hopeful prospect for the future of both nations, signaling a potential end to longstanding tensions. The emphasis on peaceful dialogue and resolution could pave the way for a more harmonious coexistence, benefiting Armenia and Azerbaijan and contributing to broader regional stability.

Source: Newsroom