Putin: Today we’ve agreed on a joint statement


November 1, Fineko/abc.az. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that a joint statement with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has been agreed.

ABC.AZ reports that the Russian president said that today the parties held three sessions of negotiations.

"We’ve held three negotiating sessions today. First, with the Armenian delegation, then face to face with the Armenian Prime Minister. Then we had a meeting with the Azerbaijani delegation and face to face with the President of Azerbaijan, and then for two hours, perhaps even a little longer, the three of us had a discussion. In our common opinion, it was a very useful meeting. I believe it has created a very good atmosphere for possible future agreements on certain fundamental issues. We agreed on a joint statement today,” Putin emphasized.