There are no other legal bases for the Armenia-Azerbaijan settlement apart from the tripartite arrangements between Moscow, Baku and Yerevan, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
“The solution of the existing problems between the two countries [Armenia and Azerbaijan] and the possible development of some joint actions and steps aimed at easing the tension in the region are, first of all, of course, possible on the basis of the tripartite documents that were signed together with Russia,” Peskov said.
The spokesman said that there are no other legal grounds yet that would contribute to the settlement, so these tripartite documents still have no alternative.
He noted that any help that can help the settlement on this basis is welcome.
“We know as well that there are various attempts that undermine the foundations of the settlement, which may not yield results in the future. Let’s hope that in this case it is about the first case,” Peskov added.