No coordinated peace agreement with Azerbaijan that could be signed on June 1 - Armenian PM
YEREVAN. May 29 (Interfax) - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has ruled out the signing of a peace agreement with Azerbaijan in Chisinau on June 1.
"A five-party meeting of the Armenian prime minister, the Azerbaijani president, the European Council president, the French president and the German federal chancellor will be held in Chisinau on June 1. As for the possibility of signing a peace agreement with Azerbaijan at this meeting, I should say that we have not received Azerbaijani comments on our proposals regarding the peace agreement just yet. This is the fourth edition of the draft peace agreement," Pashinyan said in parliament on Monday.
"Therefore, I can state at this point that there is no coordinated draft we could sign," he said.