Armenia is actively discussing the use of an international monitoring mechanism to avoid border incidents with Azerbaijan, Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan said in Parliament during the Parliament-Government question-and-answer session.
He said there is a universal understanding, including among international actors, that perhaps the elimination of the aftermath of the aggression and the signing of a peace treaty alone won’t create sufficient guarantees and that additional guarantees will be required, for example the presence of any international monitoring, observation or similar mechanism on the border with Azerbaijan.
“This is one of the instruments which is under discussion, in addition to other instruments. I can point out another instrument, for example pulling back the militaries from the Armenia-Azerbaijan border. There are various instruments, also an international monitoring mechanism and it is very actively being discussed,” the FM said.