Will there be a meeting with Erdogan in the Czech Republic? Referring to this issue in an interview given to the Public TV, Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan replied that both Turkey and the Armenian side have not ruled out such a meeting, but this does not mean that the meeting will take place.
“It depends on several circumstances, including not only our direct relations,” Pashinyan said.
Armenia’s Prime Minister informed that there is a wider event organized by the EU, to which Armenia and Turkey are also invited.
"We have to make a decision about participating in that summit and at what level, the second issue is whether the meeting will take place or not," he said.
Nikol Pashinyan said that he has a decision to go to Prague and to participate in the summit.
To the question, what agenda does Armenia present at that meeting, the Prime Minister answered. “Opening borders, settlement of relations.”
Nikol Pashinyan responded to the correct question: will there be a discussion of the Artsakh issue? “When regional security issues are discussed, many issues will be discussed. If it happens, it will be our first meeting, it will be an acquaintance.”
Regarding the question whether the meetings of the special representatives of the two countries are continuing, the Prime Minister replied that there is no indication or agreement that the meetings will stop, but as of now, the time and place of the next meeting has not been determined.