The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia informs that the first meeting of the special representatives of the Armenia-Turkey settlement process was held in a constructive atmosphere.
“During the first meeting held in a constructive atmosphere, the special representatives exchanged their initial thoughts on the settlement process through the Armenia-Turkey dialogue. “The parties agreed to continue negotiations for a full settlement without preconditions,” the statement said.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs notes that the date and place of the second meeting will be decided “in due time through diplomatic channels.”
Today, on January 14, the first meeting of the special envoys of Armenia and Turkey was held in Moscow. The talks lasted 1.5 hours. Armenia’s Special Representative for the Armenia-Turkey dialogue is RA National Assembly Deputy Speaker Ruben Rubinyan, and Ankara has appointed former Turkish Ambassador to Washington Serdar Kilic as Special Representative.