Iran praises agreements reached between Azerbaijan, Armenia

Iran appreciates the joint statement issued by Azerbaijan and Armenia, as well as the agreement on the mutual exchange of prisoners, Nasser Kanaani, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, said at a press conference in Tehran on Monday, News.Az reports.

Kanaani described the joint statement by Azerbaijan and Armenia as a positive and constructive move towards signing a peace treaty.

He also emphasized that the joint statement between the two countries reaffirms the effectiveness of regional dialogue and mechanisms for resolving issues.

The spokesman added that achieving sustainable peace in the region requires the creation of conditions of cooperation and trust between regional parties.

“Iran hopes that the process of discussions between the two countries will end with fruitful results,” Kanaani added.

The spokesmen also pointed out that Iran is ready to help the two neighboring countries achieve lasting peace.

Following the talks between the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia, an agreement has been reached on taking tangible steps towards building confidence between the two countries.

Driven by the values of humanism and as a gesture of goodwill, the Republic of Azerbaijan releases 32 Armenian military servicemen.

In its turn, driven by the values of humanism and as a gesture of goodwill, the Republic of Armenia releases two Azerbaijani military servicemen.

As a sign of good gesture, the Republic of Armenia supports the bid of the Republic of Azerbaijan to host the 29th Session of the Conference of Parties (COP29) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change by withdrawing its candidacy. The Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan do hope that the other countries within the Eastern European Group will also support Azerbaijan’s bid to host. As a good gesture, the Republic of Azerbaijan supports the Armenian candidacy for Eastern European Group COP Bureau membership.

News.Az 

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