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France’s Macron: Armenia and Azerbaijan must resume dialogue

French President Emmanuel Macron receives Nikol Pashinyan, Armenian Prime Minister (not seen), at the Elysee Palace, Paris, France, 26 septembre 2022.

French President Emmanuel Macron (pictured), stated Monday 26 September that a dialogue between Armenian and Azerbaijan should be reestablished.

Macron said that “Negotiations should resume” before meeting with Nikol Pashinyan, Armenian Prime Minister.


Armenia and Azerbaijan were accused of opening fire on each other overnight Friday. This was in violation of a fragile ceasefire that had brought to an end the most violent fighting between the ex-Soviet nations since 2020.

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