Kazimirov: No Sufficient Answers To Questions Caused By Bryza Statem


29.06.2006 13:48 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ The interview of US Co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk
Group for settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict Matthew Bryza
causes several questions and sub-questions at once, former Russian
Co-Chair of the OSCE MG Vladimir Kazimirov told a PanARMENIAN.Net
reporter. "First. Is it agreed upon among the OSCE MG Co-Chairs,
and maybe the parties, that the beginning Co-Chair makes a statement
explaining the essence of their proposals to two parties out of the
three? The response of Armenia and Azerbaijan shows that it surprised
them. Is not it a surprise by the novice for the two his colleagues,
who have been dealing with the settlement a few years more? There is
much extravagance in that move of the novice. Mere trifle remains now –
to work out this pretence by actions," Kazimirov noted.

"Second issue: to which degree is his presentation of the essence
of co-chairs’ proposals to the parties is full and reliable? Not
everything is even here, judging by the response of Yerevan and
Baku. The next sub-question: what is the cause of incompleteness of
what Bryza said in his interview? Intention or not full assimilation
of the material? Third, I would not like to believe that it is a
completely independent decision of the individual, not controlled by
the State Department leadership. However, what is the goal of the US
diplomacy then, who chose that peculiar method to arrange interaction
with co-chairing partners, when changing their representative? Will
the two partner applause him? How will Armenian and Azeri journalists
exploit this talkativeness of the new co-chair during his coming
trip to the conflict region? Returning to traditional reserve of
his colleagues will not be that easy now and it will even form an
impression that is not favorable for him.

Continuing in the same manner cannot last long and will form an
impression of lightness," Kazimirov stated.

"In a words, Matthew Bryza caused many questions, however there are
no sufficient answers to these.

There are additional questions instead. He caused more confusion and
gossip, even exacerbated the debate between the parties to conflict. Is
it necessary for the settlement, or it pursues other goals? It should
be examined closely and time will show," summed up the former Co-Chair
of the OSCE MG.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

Emil Lazarian

“I should like to see any power of the world destroy this race, this small tribe of unimportant people, whose wars have all been fought and lost, whose structures have crumbled, literature is unread, music is unheard, and prayers are no more answered. Go ahead, destroy Armenia . See if you can do it. Send them into the desert without bread or water. Burn their homes and churches. Then see if they will not laugh, sing and pray again. For when two of them meet anywhere in the world, see if they will not create a New Armenia.” - WS