Nikol Pashinyan had a telephone conversation with Erdoğan: Armenia to send a rescue squad to Turkey
RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had a telephone conversation with the President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The RA Prime Minister expressed his condolences and support to the President and the people of Turkey in connection with the many victims of the strong earthquake that occurred in the southeastern regions of the country.
Nikol Pashinyan wished a speedy recovery to all the injured and added that the plane carrying the rescue forces of the Republic of Armenia to the disaster area is preparing to take off from Yerevan's "Zvartnots" airport.
Erdoğan thanked the Prime Minister of Armenia for his support and noted that the Turkish government highly values Armenia's support, emphasizing that step also from the point of view of further deepening the dialogue between the two countries.
Armenia is going to support Syria - Nikol Pashinyan had a telephone conversation with the president of Syria
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had a telephone conversation with the President of the Syrian Arab Republic, Bashar al-Assad. An agreement was reached, according to which Armenia will send food and other types of aid to Syria as a priority.
Gas supply from Armenia to Artsakh partially restored
The gas supply from Armenia to Artsakh, which was blocked by Azerbaijan yesterday, has been partially restored.
Considering the insufficient volume of gas entering the republic and the cold weather, the gas supply will be restored only to residents-consumers.
Armenia receives new proposals on peace treaty from Azerbaijan
The negotiations over a peace treaty with Azerbaijan are a continual process and Armenia is resolutely involved in the talks, Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan said at a joint press conference with German Minister of Foreign Affairs Annalena Baerbock.
“We have a goal to continue our active efforts in building sustainable and lasting peace in our region. I’d like to inform that a meeting between me, the Azerbaijani, and Russian foreign ministers was scheduled earlier in December. It had to take place in Moscow this time, but the Armenian side postponed participation due to the blockade of the Lachin corridor. And despite this, we conveyed our new proposals around a peace treaty to the Azerbaijani side. And I have to inform that a few days ago we received the Azerbaijani response and proposals. This is a continuous process, and we continue to work on the text, exchanging proposals and continuing discussions in several phases,” the Armenian Foreign Minister said.
Armenian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ararat Mirzoyan and German Minister of Foreign Affairs Annalena Baerbock had discussed the situation in South Caucasus.
Speaking at a joint press conference after their meeting in Berlin, German FM Annalena Baerbock said that the situation in South Caucasus is difficult. She attached importance to the results of the quadrilateral meeting between the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and France and the President of the European Council Charles Michel in Prague, where the sides reaffirmed the 1991 Alma-Ata Declaration, reciprocally recognizing each other’s territorial integrity. The German FM emphasized that this is an important decision for the region. “The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict exists for over thirty years, and it has led to major disasters. Many lives were lost, and many homes and buildings were destroyed. We know that wounds don’t heal quickly,” the German foreign minister said.