Political scientist Hrant Melik-Shahnazaryan wrote: “On July 16, a three-hour meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan took place in Tbilisi. The statement, distributed by the foreign ministries of the two countries, gave reason to believe that the parties were silent about real agreements. And the Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia said today that “because of the war, the units of the Armenian Armed Forces that entered Artsakh are returning to Armenia.” But since, according to my information, there are no units of the RA Armed Forces in Artsakh, and the demobilization of conscripts is not a reason for a political statement, it can be assumed that the topic under discussion is much more substantial than it may seem at first glance. In this case, it can only refer to the disarmament of Artsakh. I am sure that by “units of the RA Armed Forces” these authorities mean the military equipment located in Artsakh, the withdrawal of which is one of the long-formulated requirements of the Azerbaijani side.”