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Azerbaijan uses the language of threats in negotiations with Armenia, Pashinyan said.

Azerbaijan uses the language of threats in negotiations with Armenia, Pashinyan said.

Azerbaijan is using the language of threats in the negotiation process on a peace treaty with Armenia, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at a press conference on Tuesday.

“Azerbaijan uses the language of threats in the negotiation process. This was the case before the war. We see that Azerbaijan is laying “mines” in the text of the peace treaty in order to continue its aggressive policy towards Armenia after its signing,” Pashinyan said.

He added that Baku insists on signing its version of the peace treaty, “threatening with a large-scale offensive.”

“We are ready to make decisions leading to long-term peace and stability,” the prime minister said.


Answering a question about the country’s readiness for a new escalation, Pashinyan noted that it depends on many factors, and all these factors cannot be taken into account based on an unstable situation.

“We will do everything to prevent escalation, and in the event of a possible attack, we will do everything to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the motherland,” Pashinyan said.

He added that peace cannot be forced, “peace should be a common achievement for the region.


Yerevan and Baku last year, with the mediation of Russia, the United States and the European Union, began discussing a future peace treaty. Both states periodically exchange proposals on the text of a peace treaty.