“In fact, the Kremlin mainly starts, of course, from two main criteria. The first criterion is the trilateral agreements of 2021 and 2022, on the basis of which all efforts to peacefully resolve the problem were based. And the second, also important, criterion at this time, when Prime Minister Pashinyan announced the recognition of the borders of Azerbaijan in 1991. This means that the Armenian side recognized Karabakh as an integral part of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijani territory. That is, today this has changed significantly, Of course, there are a number of provisions, and we do not accept such reproaches directed at him, especially after the official decision of the Armenian side to recognize Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan,” Peskov told reporters.
The Kremlin representative noted that de jure we are now talking about the actions of the Republic of Azerbaijan on its territory.
“Such accusations are not based on anything, despite this, we continue our contacts with the Armenian side. Armenia has been and remains our very important ally and partner. We also continue contacts with Azerbaijan, this is also our very important partner” , Dmitry Peskov emphasized.