Podcast | Where are the Armenia–Azerbaijan peace talks going?

2 June 2023
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev (top left), French President Emanuel Macron (bottom left), European Council President Charles Michel (centre), Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan (top right), and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (bottom right) in Chisnau. Image via Twitter.

Armenia and Azerbaijan have recently been engaged in a series of frequent meetings between the country’s leaders and foreign ministers in an attempt to reach a peace agreement. Despite hopes that the two countries would sign new agreements in at least one of Moscow on 26 June or Chisinau on 1 June, neither meeting broke new ground.

This week in the Caucasus Digest, we spoke to Bahruz Samadov, a PhD candidate at Charles University in Prague, and Tigran Grigoryan, a political analyst and head of the Regional Centre for Democracy and Security, about the Armenia–Azerbaijan peace talks.

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