According to a statement issued on the Kremlin website on December 22nd, the two sides discussed the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh region in detail.
Russia emphasizes that the situation in the Nagorno-Karabakh is stabilizing, and the relevant agreements in the statements made by the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia on November 9 are being implemented in an orderly manner as a whole.
At the request of the two countries, Russian peacekeepers are carrying out tasks in the Naqqa region, aiming to guarantee the ceasefire and the safety of civilians.
The two sides reaffirmed their willingness to further coordinate all aspects of work on the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict within the framework of the Minsk Group of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
The immediate task is to solve local humanitarian problems through the Naqqa Regional International Humanitarian Response Center, including helping refugees return home, rebuilding infrastructure, and protecting religious and cultural facilities.
The two sides exchanged views on the domestic situation in Ukraine and expressed their willingness to work on advancing the implementation of the important provisions of the 2015 Minsk Agreement and the relevant decisions of the “Normandy Model” Paris Summit in December 2019.
Leaders of the two countries held consultations on the Iranian nuclear issue and expressed their willingness to work together to maintain the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue.
The statement said that the leaders of the two countries also discussed Syria and Libya, as well as bilateral cooperation issues, including the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, and expressed their willingness to promote communication between the relevant departments of the two countries on vaccine production and large-scale vaccination.