During the meeting between Hikmat Hajiyev, Assistant to the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Head of the Foreign Policy Affairs Department of the Presidential Administration and Armen Grigoryan, Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia, in Brussels the sides had intense exchanges on the relevance of a possible meeting of the Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders in the framework of the Third EPC Summit scheduled for 5 October 2023 in Granada, a statement by Charles Michel, President of the European Council, says, APA reports.
“The participants took note of the shared interest of Armenia and Azerbaijan to make use of the possible meeting in Granada to continue their normalisation efforts.
In this regard, Armen Grigoryan and Hikmet Hajiyev engaged in talks on possible concrete steps to advance the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace process in the upcoming possible meeting, such as those with regard to border delimitation, security, connectivity, humanitarian issues, and the broader peace treaty.
Concrete action and decisive compromise solutions are needed on all tracks of the normalisation process.
The EU believes that the possible meeting in Granada should be used by both Yerevan and Baku to reiterate publicly their commitment to each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty in line with agreements reached previously in Prague and Brussels," the statement noted.