A Kremlin spokesman said on Sunday that a trilateral meeting of the heads of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia is being prepared in the format of a videoconference.

    Russian State Agency” Interfax reported that a trilateral meeting is planned to be organized at the beginning of this week, when neither the press secretary of the President of Russia nor Interfax specifically reported. Official Yerevan and Baku have not yet confirmed this information from the Kremlin’s press secretary. Moreover, a few hours after Dmitry Peskov’s statement yesterday, an interview of the Armenian Prime Minister to Public Television was published, in which he stated that at the moment there is no agreement on a meeting on November 9. Official Baku has not yet responded either to the statement of Vladimir Putin’s press secretary or to the message of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

    It is not known exactly when the trilateral meeting will take place. Instead, some details of the agenda of the upcoming trilateral meeting are known.