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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that some of Azerbaijan's steps appear to be preparations for further "hostilities".

Stating that some steps taken by Azerbaijan give the impression that it is preparing for new military operations against Armenia, Pashinyan said: "It looks extremely suspicious that the authorities in Azerbaijan started to refer to the Republic of Armenia as Western Azerbaijan."

"Preparations are being made for a new war against Armenia"

According to the Russian TASS news agency, Pashinyan also said, "This is being taught in schools and universities. It seems to us that preparations are being made for a new war, a new military aggression against Armenia, and this is one of the main obstacles to the advancement of the peace agenda."

"Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed on the basic principles of a peace agreement"

According to the TASS news agency, Pashinyan also said on Saturday that Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed on the basic principles of a peace treaty, but that they still "speak different diplomatic languages".

"We have both good and bad news about the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace process," the Armenian prime minister said, adding: "It is good that the basic principles of peace have been agreed with Azerbaijan. This is the result of my talks with the President of Azerbaijan in Brussels, mediated by the President of the Council of Europe Charles Michel." The most important bad news is that we still speak different diplomatic languages and often do not understand each other."

Armenia and Azerbaijan have been in conflict for three decades over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. The two countries have no diplomatic relations and their common border is heavily fortified.