Sending UN peacekeepers to Karabakh has been on the agenda more than once, however, any missions may be engaged only with the consent of both sides – Baku and Yerevan, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
The day before, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that Russia could initiate the dispatch of a multinational mission to Karabakh in the UN Security Council if Russia "is unable to fulfill its obligations."
"We have constant contacts at the working and various levels. Of course, this topic has been repeatedly on the agenda. But clearly, any mission can only be sent with the consent of both sides," Peskov responded to the question of whether the Russian and Armenian leaders discussed this topic.