Tert.am mentions in an article that the results of the trilateral negotiations between the leaders of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan on January 11 received a diametrically opposite assessment in Baku and Yerevan. 

The meeting in Azerbaijan was considered productive while the Armenian society considers the return of the captives a top priority.

According to Kommersant, “an agreement was reached at the meeting to set up a working group headed by the Deputy Prime Ministers of the three countries. The latter will be supposed to deal with the issue of “unblocking all economic and transport connections in the region.”