During Key West Talks
For the Resolution of the Karabakh Conflict

U.S. Chairman of Minsk Group Says Iran to Learn Results

Source: Tehran Times (Internet Version-WWW), in English
Date: April 10, 2001

Article by the Tehran Times Political Desk from the "Politics" column: "Results of Key West Negotiations Conveyed to Iran"

TEHRAN The American chairman of the Minsk group of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), said that Iran is an important country in the region and that Iran and other countries of the region would be informed of the results of the negotiations between the Azeri and Armenian presidents at Key West, Florida.

The negotiations between Heydar Aliyev and Robert Kocharian, which aim to resolve the Karabakh dispute, were held from April 1 to 3 in Key West, Florida. Heads of the Minsk group also attended.

The Baku-based periodical Yeni Musavat quoted an informed source as saying, "Iran was also informed of the results of the previous negotiations and the subject was discussed in the meeting of senior Iranian and Armenian officials in Athens."

The United States of America, France and Russia lead the Minsk mediating group of the OSCE.

The Minsk group was established in 1992 with the participation of the representatives of 11 countries in order to reach a solution for the Karabakh dispute.

According to Baku media, the French chairman of the Minsk group has recently been replaced. The new French chairman of the Minsk group was once in charge of the France Embassy in Iran.

[Description of Source: Tehran Tehran Times (Internet Version-WWW) in English - conservative English-language daily published by the Islamic Guidance and Communications Organization]
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