Iran-U.S. Possible War To Have Bad Consequence For Armenia, Director

IRAN-U.S. POSSIBLE WAR TO HAVE BAD CONSEQUENCE FOR ARMENIA, DIRECTOR OF "NORAVANK" SCIENTIFIC-EDUCATION FUND CONSIDERS

Noyan Tapan
Apr 12 2007

YEREVAN, APRIL 12, NOYAN TAPAN. The Iran-U.S. possible war will
have bad consequences for Armenia, starting from destruction of
communication ways to beginning of ecological disaster," Executive
Director of the "Noravank" scientific-educational fund Gagik
Haroutiunian considers. G. Haroutiunian expressed a confidence at the
April 11 press conference entitled "Regional Developments and Armenia"
that in the case of straining of the Iran-U.S. conflict, Armenia
must not make sharp statements as "Armenia has no political weight
to make sharp statements or decisions." In the speaker’s words, the
best variant for Armenia in this sense is to support mutual agreement
of the problem, its solution in a peaceful way. At the same time he
did not exclude possibility of military actions.

In words of the Director of the "Noravank" scientific-educational fund,
the Iran-U.S. war has started still since 1979, after the Islamic
revolution of Iran. The war between the two countries without military
actions proceeds in three, civilization (ideological), geoeconomic
and geopolitical, fields.

In the case of the first the struggle proceeds between the liberal
and Mohammedan ideologies, the reason of the second, geoeconomic
struggle is the wish to define control upon huge oil and gas reserves
of Iran, and the reason of the geopolitical war is the U.S. wish
to have a dominant role in Eurasia, particularly in the region,"
G. Haroutiunian emphasized.

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