Baku’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Calls for Changes to Armenia’s Constitution

Armenia’s territorial claims against Azerbaijan continue to be a major issue, with the Constitution of Armenia explicitly stating its desire to join Nagorno-Karabakh with the country. The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry believes that removing these ambitions from the Constitution is a necessary legal demand, as stated by Aykhan Hadjizade, spokesperson for the ministry.

However, tensions between the two countries remain high as both sides have accused each other of derailing the peace process. The Armenian Foreign Ministry accused Azerbaijani President Aliyev of demanding changes to the Armenian constitution and questioning the sincerity of peace efforts. In response, Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson criticized Armenia’s efforts to revive the Minsk Group and their continued policy of militarization, arguing that they have ulterior motives against Azerbaijan.

The Chairman of RA National Assembly has suggested that Armenia and Azerbaijan should work together to dissolve the Minsk Group and focus on implementing a peace treaty instead. However, progress towards peace is often undermined by Aliyev’s attacks on the peace process each time both countries are on the verge of reaching agreements. As such, resolving this ongoing territorial conflict remains a complex challenge for both countries and their leaders.

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