Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov said that Armenia is not fulfilling its obligations related to the tripartite agreement on the Karabakh region.
This came in a speech he made on Monday, during a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, in the capital, Moscow.
He added that the Armenian groups have not yet left the territory of the Karabakh region.
He explained that the mine problem is a very sensitive issue for Azerbaijan, noting that it, too, has not been resolved yet.
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He stated that the maps that Armenia provides to Azerbaijan about the minefields are incomplete and lead to catastrophic events every week, as he put it.
With regard to the tripartite agreements concluded between his country, Russia and Armenia, during the years 2020 and 2021, Bayramov said that Yerevan does not abide by them.
He stressed that Armenia is also not committed to using the Lachin corridor in “Karabakh” for humanitarian purposes.
On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani army launched an operation to liberate its occupied lands in Karabakh, and after fierce battles that lasted for 44 days, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached a cease-fire agreement on November 10, providing for Baku’s restoration of control over occupied provinces.