Armenia submits peace treaty plan to Azerbaijan

YEREVAN: Armenia has presented a comprehensive peace treaty to Azerbaijan to end the Caucasus neighbors’ decadeslong dispute over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan made the announcement at a cabinet meeting in Yerevan.
“The final and complete version of an agreement with our proposals has been handed over,” Pashinyan said.
The two countries have fought two wars for control of Azerbaijan’s Armenian-populated enclave that have claimed tens of thousands of lives. Internationally-mediated peace talks between the ex-Soviet republics have since produced little if any result. He added that Yerevan had completed Wednesday “another stage of working on a project of a peace treaty and on establishing (diplomatic) relations” with Baku. –Agencies