The situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border is not stabilizing, Armenia's Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated at the cabinet sitting today.
"Azerbaijan continues using aggressive rhetoric and actions, at the same time it leaves without response all the proposals of the international community addressed to political and lasting settlement of the situation," Pashinyan said.
He stressed that with all its actions Azerbaijan is trying to thwart any opportunity of dialogue discrediting the November 9 and January 11 trilateral statements.
The acting PM said Azerbaijan is undertaking successive actions to discredit the topic of opening regional communications.
"Azerbaijan continues pointing to some corridor issue, pointing concrete routes and directions – I have stated numerous times – Armenia has not discussed, is not discussing and will not discuss any issue of corridor logic," Pashinyan said.
He also noted that all the transport and economic communications in the region must open.
"Like Armenia must have communication with RF, Central Asia and Iran through Azerbaijan’s territory, in the same way Azerbaijan must have communication with Nakhichevan, Georgia, Iran through Armenia’s territory. To implement this project customs points must be created in relevant sections of the border," Pashinyan said.