Newsfeed

XII IFF "Golden Apricot" to Take Place in Yerevan on July 12-19

Founding Parliament: Goris Municipality impeding Zhirayr Sefilyan's meeting with local residents

USA Ambassador: Armenia and Azerbaijan Should Avoid Steps that can aggravate the Karabakh Conflict Situation

Mass Media: Tigran Urikhanyan decides to step down as parliamentarian

Robert Kocharyan and Levon Ter-Petrosyan in a Foreign Policy Accomplishments Competition

Gagik Tsarukyan to step down as chairman of Prosperous Armenia Party and to renounce his deputy mandate

British Film Festival 13th Love Edition to be held in provinces of Armenia

Ex-foreign minister Vartan Oskanian and others to announce their withdrawal from Prosperous Armenia Party at tomorrow's PAP congress

Head of Heritage Faction: EPP resolution on Armenian Genocide is the result of victory over party interests

Kiro Manoyan: EPP resolution on Armenian Genocide unprecedented by its contents

First president of Armenia to receive life pension

Levon Zurabyan: Armenian special services spend resources on spying on oppositionists rather than on collecting data about Azerbaijan

Armenian Parliament amends Law on Turnover Tax in first reading

Edward Nalbandian: Armenia has submitted a Genocide Prevention Resolution to UN Human Rights Council

Russian Railways: Events in Ukraine have reduced flow of passengers using Russian Railways' services

Press: Naira Zohrabyan to head Prosperous Armenia Party

Russian Railways: Fluctuation of currency rate must not have any significant impact on railway tickets in CIS

The 15th meeting of CIS Council for Rail Transport (CRT) Passenger Commission kicks off in Yerevan

Media outlets: Prosperous Armenia Party collapsing

Mass Media: President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan will submit draft constitutional reform in two weeks

World-Known Pianist Evgeny Kissin is to Perform in Yerevan

Beeline Smart - one of the Most Sold Phones in Armenia

Eurovision-2015: Mary-Jean O'Doherty Vasmatzian the Fifth Participant of "Genealogy"

Nairit Plant employees threaten to sit on hunger strike unless their salaries are paid

Armenian Culture Ministry elaborates a law "On Cinematography"

RF Prosecutor General: Valery Permyakov cannot be transferred to Armenia, as he is a citizen of Russia

Gagik Mkrtchyan: Our country not only can but also should develop industrial production

Access to ACBA-ONLINE system now possible through Token APP

Armenian soldier killed on Line of Contact

Beeline Opened a New Sales and Service Office in Sevan

Zhirayr Sefilyan does not want to comment on Levon Ter-Petrosyan's statements

Comrades-in-Arms of Albert Safaryan have been Detained Based on the Case of the Soldier's Suicide

Karine Danielyan: Oil and gas prospecting near Sevan will be devastating for the lake

Gallup: 43% of Armenia's citizens consider unemployment to be the most topical problem

GALLUP: Top three brightest oppositionists in Armenia: Zaruhi Postanjyan, Raffi Hovannisian and Nikol Pashinyan

Yerevan to host 15th meeting of CIS Council for Rail Transport (CRT) Passenger Commission

Assassination of Hrant Dink was a crime of forethought

NKR Defense Army repels another sabotage attack by Azerbaijan: two Armenian soldiers killed

NKR Defense Army servicemen neutralize three Azeri soldiers

Levon Ter-Petrosyan: ANC cancels all 15 rallies to be held till April 24

Sargsyan, Aliyev and Kerry discuss NK peace process

  • by Ashot Safaryan

  • Friday, September 5, 12:28

A tripartite meeting was held Thursday in Newport between Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and US Secretary of State John Kerry on the initiative of the American side, the Armenian President's press-service said.

The officials discussed issues related to the current stage and the prospects of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict talks. The conflicting sides presented their respective positions with regard to the negotiation process.  Reiterating that there is no alternative to the peaceful settlement and ruling out any attempt to escalate the situation, State Secretary Kerry urged the parties to find mechanisms for easing the tensions and develop confidence-building measures between the sides.

Stressing the need to continue the talks in the OSCE Minsk Group format, John Kerry expressed readiness to possibly back up the search of ways for conflict resolution. At the same time, he underscored that the two sides need to show strong commitment and political will on the way to peaceful settlement. 

Send to a friend

To (e-mail)


Your name


Message


Comments

View comments (0)
  • READ ALL COMMENTS
  • POST A COMMENT

Be first to comment on this article

* Indicates required fields