On May 25, Moscow hosted a three-way summit with President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation and Prime Minister Nicolas Pashinyan of the Republic of Armenia.
The EPA reports that the President's Press Service has leaked information about the case.
A three-way meeting of the leaders of Azerbaijan, Russia, and Armenia has begun in Moscow.
The EPA's Moscow correspondent reports that a meeting at the Kremlin discusses the normalization of Azerbaijan-Armenia relations.
Note that three-way talks are held within the framework of a meeting of the Supreme Economic Council of Austria.
Before the three-way talks, Russian President Vladimir Putin separately held bilateral talks with Azerbaijani Prime Minister Ilham Əliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nicolas Pashinyan.