Armenia is prepared for a substantive conversation with Azerbaijan to sign a peace agreement, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said.
"Our government's objective is to sign a peace agreement with Azerbaijan and establish diplomatic relations with Turkey," Pashinyan said while taking questions from parliamentarians.
According to him, Yerevan is interested in signing a peace agreement with Azerbaijan and stands ready for negotiations. "We've spoken about the format of negotiations, and it's well-known. This is our objective, and we stand ready for a substantive and specific conversation," the PM said.