Putin, Obama discuss Karabakh conflict settlement

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama in a telephone conversation on Wednesday dicussed the settlement of the Krabakh conflict, TASS reports, quoting the Kremlin.

Putin informed Obama on the June 20 meeting in St Petersburg on peace settlement of the conflict.

“Putin said that Russia had proceeded from the importance of assistance to an earliest possible stabilization in the zone of conflict and facilitation of the peace process while organizing the St Petersburg talks,” it said.

The Kremlin added Obama praises Russia’s effort on Nagorno-Karabakh settlement.

(Armradio.am)

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