An informal meeting between President Ilham Əliyev, Armenian Prime Minister Nicolas Pashinyan, European Union Council President Charles Michel, German Chancellor Olaf Scholts and French President Emmanuel Macron should be appreciated positively in terms of the continuity of the dialogue environment and the communication of new realities of Azerbaijan.
In a statement to the EPA, the deputy of the National Assembly, Baharruz Mohammedov, announced this.
Baharruz Mohrəmov said that for the first time, Azerbaijan was able to ensure the continuity of the Brussels process, an acceptable platform for us: "Of course, this is a serious success, and it is clear that at the root of the issue is the victory of Azerbaijan in the Civil War and the exceptional reality created by Mr. Ilham Əliyev. It is understood the Brussels process was in fact about to be disrupted by France's destructive activity and was only reinstated seven months later, on May 7 this year. However, further contact was important for the continuity of the process, and it was the principle that the dialogue continued within the framework of the Summit of the European Political Union. Because it was at the first Summit of the European Political Union that France had targeted the Brussels format. The second important point was that Azerbaijan was involved in this process in a way that was stronger and broader than seven months ago."
The department noted that in the past, the Azerbaijani Army has been strengthened in serious strategic positions with more than 10 operations undertaken without bloodshed and professional action, and reaffirmed itself as the region's main will by rehabilitating Azerbaijan's sovereign rights despite all international legal influences: "President Ilham Əliyev has reaffirmed himself as the region's main will by establishing a border crossing station in Lachin: "President Ilham Əliyev has reaffirmed himself to the international community as the process of negotiating the Azerbaijani-Armenian Peace Treaty With the year, he was able to accept that the issues of the Armenians were entirely separate topics, and that the reintegration problem in Cambodia was the internal work of Azerbaijan. Considering Charles Michel's position in the media yesterday, there is no question in his disclosure."
Bruce Mohammedov pointed out that another important aspect of the Kishineu meeting was the fact that France, which was able to disrupt the first Summit, was the fact that this time: "That is, Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholts' participation in five-way discussions was entirely informal. Additionally, President Ilham Əliyev turned this format into an opportunity, and the reality that Azerbaijan has changed over the past period has been directly communicated to the leaders of France and Germany. As the next phase of the peace treaty between Azerbaijan and Armenia, another important nuisance of the Kishinev meeting was that President Ilham Əliyev's thesis of 2023 as the last year of peace was already seen by all sides. This conclusion was expressed in the decision of the parties to intensify talks on a peace treaty in Kishineu. Regarding the importance of the Kishineu meeting as a whole, we must first look at the character and objectives of the colony to evaluate any discussion platform. As far as the Brussels process is concerned, we must not forget that discussions through Charles Michel are more intense and effectively coordinated. This coincides with President Ilham Əliyev's position on achieving peace in the shortest possible time. The five-way meeting outlined the position of intensifying dialogue and decided to hold a three-way meeting in Brussels on July 21. At the same time, during this period, Foreign Ministers will meet next in Washington to discuss details about the peace deal."
Regarding the outcome of the processes, Baharruz Mohrəmov said that with the support of official Baku Charles Michel, he appreciates the discussions in a three-dimensional format: "President Ilham Əliyev has also thanked the President of the Council of Europe several times for his efforts. However, over the past 31 years, Azerbaijan's ineffective behavior has not been viewed as a last resort. Because we have offered peace as soon as the war is over, we are demonstrating serious efforts, patience and restraint to do so. If a peace deal is signed, a new era will begin for the region. But if the peace process is artificially extended and the peace process is disrupted, Armenia will be most affected. Azerbaijan has the necessary strength and resources to implement alternative plans and these plans for all scenarios. Armenia, on the other hand, does not have a wide range of speculation and maneuvering opportunities. As the president put it in an open text in Lachin, "they have to accept our terms. Delimitation if they don't want delimitation. Then the boundary will be there, wherever we say it will be. They know we can do that. No one will help them, nor will they be helped by the retired French police or anyone else from Europe."