Nagorno-Karabakh says no agreement yet with Azerbaijan on guarantees or amnesty – Reuters
YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 22, ARMENPRESS. Nagorno-Karabakh authorities said on Friday that there were no concrete results yet from talks with Azerbaijan on possible security guarantees or an amnesty that Baku is supposedly proposing, Reuters reports.
"These questions must still be resolved," David Babayan, the advisor of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh Republic) President Samvel Shahramanyan told Reuters. "There are no concrete results yet."
"The situation is difficult - humanitarian questions need to be resolved. Agreement has been reached for a humanitarian convoy to come from Armenia via the Lachin corridor," Babayan said.
Asked whether or not the Armenians of Karabakh were on the move, Babayan said there was no large-scale movement of people as the region was effectively under siege.
"The Lachin corridor does not work as it should," he said. "At the present time, other questions need to be resolved."
"The situation is very difficult: the people are hungry, there is no electricity, no fuel - we have many refugees."