“Peace negotiations should be immediately resumed, discussions of the border delimitation and, of course, the restoration of routes should be resumed. These are three main directions of the peace process having great prospects," Amirbayov said answering questions of Michael Doran, director of the Centre for Peace and Security in the Middle East at the US Hudson Institute, and Luke Coffey, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute.
The presidential representative stressed that the self-dissolution of the illegal regime in Karabakh has removed the main stumbling block to broader peace in the region.
He also emphasized that Azerbaijan has eliminated another obstacle - the illegal military presence of Armenian forces on its sovereign territory.
The Azerbaijani presidential representative noted that Azerbaijan is engaged in an active dialogue with the Armenian residents of Karabakh, while the plans for reintegration cover various spheres within which the Karabakh Armenians could use their social, economic, political, cultural and religious rights.