“We seek to see progress reached in the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in 2014,” the minister told a news conference after talks with his Dutch counterpart Frans Timmermans. “We clearly understand what plan we are working on,” the minister said. He said the settlement had been discussed with the visiting co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, which is a mediator in the Karabakh settlement.
Mamedyarov said after Baku the co-chairs would head for Yerevan. “We expect concrete results from their negotiations in Yerevan, after which a new meeting at a foreign ministerial level or at the level of the two countries’ presidents may be discussed,” he said.