Baku (Noyan Tapan)–The Karabakh conflict regulation prospectives will be discussed in Geneva within the frameworks of the "Big-Eight" meeting–as well as in the CIS non-official summit–which will be held on August 1-3 in the Russian City of Sochi. This was announced on July 19th by Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliev when receiving Russian Ambassador Nikolay Ryabov.
CNA News Agency reports that during the meeting Nikolay Ryabov told Heydar Aliev that Russian President Vladimir Putin will inform his Azerbaijani colleague about the Geneva Summit results–emphasizing the meetings with US and French Government officials regarding the Karabakh problem.
According to the Russian diplomat–Aliev intends to meet with Russian President Putin and Armenian President Robert Kocharian in Sochi.
The CIS non-official Summit of Sochi will be mainly dedicated to the prospectives of cooperation development and national security issues